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From 1884, when his first jewelry designs were displayed at the Musée du Louvre, until his death, René Lalique (French, 1860–1945) created stunningly beautiful and original objects, first in the Art Nouveau style and later in the Art Deco style. He embraced change, set fashion, and created and nurtured a company whose products were made not only for the rich and powerful, but for the middle-class consumer.

From 1884, when his first jewelry designs were displayed at the Musée du Louvre, until his death, René Lalique (French, 1860–1945) created stunningly beautiful and original objects, first in the Art Nouveau style and later in the Art Deco style. He embraced change, set fashion, and created and nurtured a company whose products were made not only for the rich and powerful, but for the middle-class consumer.

Design drawing for a pendant with bishop birds, between 1895-1905 | Corning Museum of Glass #Lalique

Design drawing for a pendant with bishop birds, between 1895-1905 | Corning Museum of Glass #Lalique

Anges (Angels) by Rene #Lalique, designed in 1930 | Corning Museum of #Glass

Anges (Angels) by Rene #Lalique, designed in 1930 | Corning Museum of #Glass

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