List of exhibit of the month


Collier Dahlias et rondelles plates

Creator: René Lalique
Date: 1927
Materials: pressed glass, enamel
Property of Shai Bandmann and Ronald Ooi

Among the innovative new possibililties René Lalique opened up was the association of materials that had previously been little used and considered of minor interest by jewellers – such as horn, ivory, enamel and glass – with gold and precious stones. Even after putting an end to his career as a jeweller, Lalique continued to design and produce glass jewellery using the mould-pressed technique that made it possible to produce in larger numbers, enhancing his creations with patina or enamel. The elements that make up his pendants, necklaces, bracelets, hat pins, cuff links, etc are either simply mounted on metal, or assembled with elastic or some form of trimming.

By the way: Lalique’s daughter, Suzanne Lalique-Haviland no doubt played a major role in these creations.

Collier Dahlias vert

Keep up to date

Receive all the news and hear about events to come by email.

The Lalique Museum uses the personal data collected for the purposes of sending out its newsletter. To find out more about the use of your personal data and exercise your rights, please consult the legal notices page.