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Lalique, an enduring legacy by
Call Number: Lalique, an enduring legacy
Publication Date: 1985
This film presents Lalique’s biography and the evolution of his glass, including decorative glass, perfume bottles, and hood ornaments; the re-opening of the Wingen factory after World War II, and post-war production pieces, including those in crystal. Many photos of old scenes and objects are used.
Lalique glass by
Call Number: Lalique glass
Publication Date: 1993
Adapted from the book "Lalique glass" by Nicholas Dawes.
Traces the techniques and innovations of Lalique glass from the turn of the century to today. Nicholas Dawes gives advice for collectors, and tips on how to avoid defects, fakes and forgeries. Illustrations from his book on Lalique are used to supplement his material on early glass, perfume bottles, jewelry, vases, clocks, table lamps, hood ornaments and pressed-molded vases.
René Lalique, 1860-1945 by
Publication Date: 2004-2006
A very good biographical film of the life and career of René Lalique. Film begins at a May 5th, 2004 auction, at Salles des ventes Drouot, with item no. 158 - vase by René Lalique. Bidding on this piece begins at 28,000 Euros. The film then continues with the history of Lalique - his interest in jewelry, eventually progressing into glass. During the entire film, scenes from the auction are interspersed as the bids increase. Original photographs and film footage of Lalique, his family, and his work are included in this film. The film follows his career through his death in 1945, at which time his son inherited the family business. At this time, the company name was changed from René Lalique, to Cristal Lalique, and was operated by his son, Mark Lalique until 1977 when Mark’s daughter Marie-Claude took over the firm. In 1992 the company was sold and the Lalique family relinquished all rights to this firm. Bidding ceases on the no. 158 vase, at 136,000 Euros.
Lalique, sculpteur de cristal by
Call Number: Lalique, sculpteur de cristal
Publication Date: 2009
A documentary which provides a glimpse into the factory and studios of the firm René Lalique et cie. Scenes include clay pots being molded and the manual changing of the pots; drawings of the stems for intricate stemware, the making of the clay models, plaster molds and metal molds, to seeing the stemware made; molds being made for casting large glass sculptures and more.
Call Number: Lalique
Publication Date: 2006
A promotional DVD with several segments showing Lalique glassware and furniture. Some segments have brief clips of glass blowing, cutting, hand pressing, mold making, making and changing a clay pot, and adding the engraved Lalique signature. There is no explanation of events, mostly background music.
Lalique : the French glass master’s work from Milwaukee area collections by
Call Number: Wisconsin Antique Dealers Association
Publication Date: 1993
Delphine Cannon, president of the Friends of Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum, and Josef of the Josef Anthony Collection, tour an exhibition of Lalique glass at the Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum. The exhibit contains pieces from the late nineteenth century to the present and includes jewelry, perfume bottles, vases, bowls, collector plates, and art objects. Josef describes items and their background, and shows examples of fakes.
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