* Art Deco style is resurrected in remake of 1931 design
* Green crystal hand-painted with white enamel
* Measures 6.25″ and holds 10.9 ounces
If you like retro decor, specifically of the Art Deco variety, we’ve got something great to show you. Reinterpreted from a 1931 design by René Lalique, the Green Anemones Flacon is made from crystal and hand-painted with white enamel. This perfume bottle measures 6.25″ and holds 10.9 ounces of your favorite, most discerning fragrance.
Founded by well known glassmaker and jeweler René Lalique in 1888, Lalique became widely popular during the Art Deco movement of the early Twentieth Century. By applying luxury materials and quality craftsmanship to modern style, Art Deco emerged as the dominant design style of the 1920s and 1930s. It’s visible in architecture, interior design and in the fashion of the years between the World Wars. Lalique was a much sought-after designer of the era, known for his glass jewelry, chandeliers, vases and decorative pieces.
This piece is inspired by the giant green anemones found in the Pacific Ocean. The delicate shape of the mouth and color of the topper mirrors the circular shape of the anemone and the green pigments in its skin.
Following Lalique’s death in 1945, his son Marc took over the company. He shifted direction to manufacture pieces from crystal glass. Having changed hands several times since Marc’s death in 1977, Lalique continues to make fine collectibles to this day.
Under the current ownership of Art & Fragrance, Lalique continues to produce jewelry, homeware, art and perfumes that are lovingly made by hand, honoring René Lalique’s legacy and ensuring that the products that carry his name will live on.
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