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Posted 4 years ago


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I got this set from my Grandmother's things after she passed. Not interested in selling so much as determining what it is and significance. All I know is that it is Lalique and likely a wedding gift circa 1935.
Does anyone know anything about this?

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  1. vintagemad vintagemad, 4 years ago
    Wow what an amazing piece! Is it signed R. Lalique or Lalique France? That could help date it. All I can tell you is don't be tempted to sell, even though it could be worth A TON OF MONEY. You should check they could probably help you with all the info you are looking for. Truly amazing piece thanks for sharing.
  2. Eska-mo Eska-mo, 4 years ago
    The decanter is marked Lalique France in frosted block letters and the shotglasses have an engraved signature. I can see the first word is Lalique- I actually thought it was Salique and googled that, but got redirected to Lalique- but the second word I can't make out. I will try to take a picture.

    Thank you for the information and the obvious enthusiasm!
  3. vetraio50 vetraio50, 4 years ago
    Hi from Sydney Australia!
    I saw the liqueur glasses in a magazine in 1977 and went to Paris the next year intending to buy some. I went into the Lalique store in Paris and was told they were no longer available. They are a pattern called "Enfants", I think.
    The little shots have Lalique and the other word is France.
    I had not seen the decanter before this moment. It's amazingly beautiful! The pattern is "Hélène".
    You've taken me back thirty years. I envy you. Thanks for sharing.

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