Lalique Perfume Bottle for Coty

Lalique perfume bottle for Coty French perfume
Lalique Perfume Bottle for Coty
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René Lalique’s decision to focus on glass was influenced by a large commission he was offered by the well-known French perfume-maker François Coty. Coty asked Lalique to design special perfume bottles for his fragrances, which had become famous worldwide. 

Hear from curator Kelley Elliott on a select group of object highlights from the exhibition René Lalique: Enchanted by Glass on view May 17, 2014 to January 4, 2015.

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Lalique Perfume Bottle for Coty - Audio
Statuette de la Fontaine Ashtray - Audio
Merles et Raisins Architectural Glass Panels - Audio
Clos Sainte-Odile Ice Bucket - Audio
Athlète et Feuillages Panel for Wanamaker’s - Audio
Sauterelles Vase - Audio
Tourbillons Vase - Audio
Sèvres Plate from the Duke and Duchess of Windsor Service - Audio
Glassmaking techniques of René Lalique - Audio