Following the death of his father, René Lalique became an apprentice to craftsman and jeweller Louis Aucoc. It was during this time that he learned jewellery-making techniques, while attending classes at the École des Arts Décoratifs in Paris. He then left for England where he continued his studies for two more years.

In 1885, after gaining recognition as an independent designer for some of the great jewellery Houses such as Jacta, Cartier and Boucheron, René Lalique took over the workshop of jeweller Jules Destape on Place Gaillon in Paris.

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Anemones Bud Crystal Vase (10518800)

Among flowers, the anemone, a symbol of purity and innocence, particularly inspired Ren Lalique Crystal, which he then made the Crystal Centerpiece of many jewels and decorative objects. In 1912, he designed a Crystal Vase displaying ...
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Anemones Bud Crystal Vase (10519000)

Among flowers, the anemone, a symbol of purity and innocence, particularly inspired Ren Lalique Crystal, which he then made the Crystal Centerpiece of many jewels and decorative objects. In 1912, he designed a Crystal Vase displaying ...
590,00
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Grey timora elephant (10492700)

A symbol of wisdom, longevity, prosperity and benevolent power, the elephant is able to overcome any obstacle. Lalique pays tribute to this animal gifted with great intelligence and memory through the baby elephant Timora. Measures: 8cm (Height) ...
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