Art Deco Glass - The French artist, Rene Lalique (1860-1945) created art--notably glass, jewelry, and architectural decoration--so strikingly bold and original that the word "Lalique" became synonymous with luxury. And while few artists leave a living legacy, Rene Lalique did, in the form of the company that still bears his name and is controlled by his family, which has through the generations refined and added to le style Lalique.


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Rene Lalique

The Essential Rene Lalique
by William Warmus
The French artist, Rene Lalique (1860-1945) created art -- notably glass, jewelry, and architectural decoration--so strikingly bold and original that the word "Lalique" became synonymous with luxury. And while few artists leave a living legacy, Rene Lalique did, in the form of the company that still bears his name and is controlled by his family, which has through the generations refined and added to le style Lalique.

The Jewels of Lalique
by Rene Lalique, et al
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 4/9/99
Fans of art nouveau jewelry will find this volume beautiful because of both the extraordinary imagination of Ren Lalique (1860-1945) as well as the quality of the book and its superb photography detailing the finest enameling. 

Country Inns, November/December 1998
In conjunction with a long-awaited, ongoing U.S. exhibition of the artist's jewelry, this comprehensive volume thoughtfully examines Lalique's innovations and immense creativity.

 The name of René Lalique is synonymous with one of the most extraordinary decorative vocabularies of this century. He is known primarily for his masterful work in glass, but he also designed exquisite jewelry that came to epitomize the art nouveau style and adorned the most exotic women of fin-de-siècle Paris. His wonderful creations were populated by a magnificent world of fantastical beings-dragons, serpents, lilies, swans, orchids, and Symbolist women, who metamorphosed into dragonflies, lotus blossoms, or terrifying Medusas. He incorporated an extraordinary range of materials into his pieces, including glass, horn, enamel, precious stones, and crystal, which were selected not only for their aesthetic values but also for their symbolic worth. This book brings together a dazzling array of jewels, many from private collections, and presents them in the context of Lalique's decorative objects and contemporary glasswork. 

About the Author
Yvonne Brunhammer is curator at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris. She co-curated the eponymous exhibition for which this book was originally published (Cooper-Hewitt, Smithsonian, Dallas Museum of Art 1998-1999).

The Art of René Lalique
by Patricia Bayer, Mark Waller
An artist of wide-ranging genius, René Lalique rose to become one of the central figures in France's decorative arts in the early twentieth century. His extraordinary output - including his scent bottles, vases, bowls, car mascots and other statuary, is marvelously documented in this full-scale work. Includes more than 350 color photographs, many of which were never previously published. 
A magnificent celebration of the life and work of one of the world's finest glass designers and makers offers close-up, full-color reproductions of his innovative and distinctive designs.

Lalique Glass: The Complete Illustrated Catalog for 1932
by Rene Lalique, John Martin

by Jessica Hodge
The three elegant books of this series showcase exquisite collections of jewels and objets d'art, many from the world-famous auction house, Christie's. Each is lavishly illustrated with over 150 full-color specially commissioned photographs covering different historical periods and styles. Details the finely crafted construction and materials used in each piece, as well as its individual history. You will marvel at Faberge's famed Easter eggs, Lalique's masterpieces in glass, and a stunning collection of vintage and modern jewelry. Series includes: Jewels, Lalique, and Faberge.

Collecting Lalique: Perfume Bottles & Glass
by Robert Prescott-Walker
This completely updated full-color reference showcases the style, sophistication and breathtaking beauty of Lalique glass. René Lalique’s ability to reveal the beauty of glass in its own right by use of careful design and taking into account the crystalline purity of the glass has resulted in a vast range of lavish, rich and delicately crafted works. The classic timeless quality of Lalique glass is reflected by its worldwide popularity. 
Collectors learn how to evaluate the true quality in each Lalique piece and how to avoid the common collecting pitfalls. Includes the most current values based on recent auctions. The unique price and pattern guide lists values in both U.S. dollars and British pounds. 

- Learn to evaluate the true quality of Lalique
- Full-color reference covers a wide range of exquisite pieces
- Current values based on recent auctions

Antique Trader American & European Decorative and Art Glass Price Guide
by Kyle Husfloen, et al
All major types of American and European art and decorative glasswares produced in the 19th and 20th centuries receive comprehensive coverage in the second edition of this authoritative guide. Working with the most current sales results and assisted by material from special contributors, a compact package with a wealth of information has been compiled. Noted authority, Louis O. St. Aubin, lends his special insights and expertise to insure that this is the most current and accurate information available. Dealers, collectors and appraisers searching for a single, handy reference to this field couldn’t do better than this volume. 
-240 pages of listings as well as drawings of typical glass forms, a glossary of terms and special appendices.
-Listings for 5,000 items highlighted with 500 black and white photos.
-Special sixteen-page color supplement.
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Mauzy's Depression Glass by Barbara Mauzy

A Pocket Guide to Pink Depression Era Glass by Patricia Clements

Depression Glass & More: 1920S-1960s Identification and Values, 12th Ed
by Gene Florence

Collector's Encyclopedia of Depression Glass, 15th Ed
by Gene Florence

Kitchen Glassware of the Depression Years: Identification & Values, 6th Ed
by Gene Florence

Elegant Glassware of the Depression Era: Identification and Value Guide, 9th Ed
by Gene Florence

Anchor Hocking's Fire-King and More: Identification and Value Guide Including Early American Prescot and Wexford by Gene Florence

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by Richard Mix

Kovels' Bottles Price List, 11th Ed
by Ralph Kovel, Terry Kovel