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Kyle M. Klein 7h
Check out Lalique France woman frosted crystal and crystal ring dish via
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William Ashley Dec 7
Friday night plans? Cozying up and enjoying the smell of the ocean with
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Lennart Booij May 15
Nog tot en met komend weekend stand 40
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Mike Moir Jun 17
Preview for -Here's a beautiful boxed set of Rene Lalique 'Pinsons' menu holders signed c1923 -Boxed by Edward & Sons Glasgow
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Christophe Choo Dec 20
I love a table and place settings. Classic French elegance.
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village-on-the-web 2h
’s “Ombelles” design, is one of the many decorative vases from Lalique that look beautiful with or without flowers. Find a wide range at village gallery , and online at
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Wind Feb 2
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ABConcept Mar 12
With forest and the female form being the main sources of inspiration for ’s glass creations, the façade features floor-to-ceiling marugame charcoal wood and black marble to portray the modern equivalent of an enchanting forest.
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Pauline Rushton Jan 1
Stunning for my birthday today 🤗 so happy 🤗
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Missloveschic Jan 31
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Grape Chasers Mar 6
Great time enjoying high point wines by James Suckling from Italy. If you have never been, you need to experience one of his events! Cheers! 🍇🏃‍♂️🍷🙂
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Robert Britz 🌈🐈👻🎶📽 Jun 2
Hope everyone is having a fun and safe Sunday;)
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Mike Moir Jun 15
Preview for a very elegant Rene Cotes Plates decanter/carafe signed c1919
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Vera Kozlowski Jun 19
Vtg by NINA RICCI Eau de Toilette Splash 6.6 oz Bottle Rare | eBay
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Diana Sironi Feb 4
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Antiques Roadshow Feb 4
See another René hood ornament from our archive: !
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Robert Britz 🌈🐈👻🎶📽 May 9
I hope everyone has a stellar Thursday full of all the things that make you happy!;)
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Carlton Antiques Feb 14
French art deco Rene Lalique sepia stained Prunelles wine carafe specially made for Cusenier Wine Merchants,c1923...
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Malcolm Stoneman Feb 22
Personally I find the design & manufacture process for jewellery particularly interesting (Anne appreciates the actually jewellery more). So we were both pleased to see ‘s drawing & the actual Peacock corsage ornament at Gulbenkian Museum in Lisbon.
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Duane Kahlhamer Feb 12
Detail of lot 38, A Private Collection of Glass, Knightsbridge, 20 February 2019. Available to view online.
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