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    Posted 10 years ago

    Spackova
    (15 items)

    A few examples of Lalique glass:
    Lalique Dinard (Rose) covered bowl
    Lalique Coquilles plate
    Lalique Grand Pomme perfume bottle
    Lalique Algues plate

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    Comments

    1. fenton-hobnail, 10 years ago
      do you know the year the covered bowl was made. i have the same piece. i love lalique....really i just love glass! thanks for sharing!
    2. Spackova Spackova, 10 years ago
      You are welcome fenton-hobnail. This box is also referred to as 'Dinard' No78 and most of the references I have found date it c. 1927.
    3. Spackova Spackova, 10 years ago
      Thank you scandinavian_pieces, the Algues plate is brown.
    4. curious, 10 years ago
      What does the "marking" icon look like that would be on a piece to verify it is Lalique? I have a tray that I was told was Lalique from someone who had other pieces but I cannot see any type of marking or name etc.

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