A famous Art Deco design from the Lalique company is the “Masque de Femme” motif. “Masque de Femme” from Lalique shows the face of a mysterious woman, who is surrounded by a mystical water world, made up of numerous fish. This impressive Art Deco motif dates back to 1935 and is by the Art Deco artist and Lalique founder René Lalique. The artist took his inspiration for this artistic design both from the female figure and from nature.
The company founder René Lalique began to make objects of crystal glass in 1926. These days, Lalique’s products have become popular collectors’ objects, not least because they all have a tale to tell. René Lalique manages to imbue the otherwise rather cold appearance of glass with poetry and sensuousness.