[Design drawing for four cut glass goblets] [art original] : modèle déposé : reproduction interdite.

Title: 
[Design drawing for four cut glass goblets] [art original] : modèle déposé : reproduction interdite.
Author/Artist: 
Atelier L. C. C. Créations, Paris, France.
Publisher: 
[ca. 1925].
Description: 
1 art original : ink and watercolor on paper ; 23 x 45 cm.
Format of Material: 
Prints & Drawings
Bib ID: 
134625
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Location: 
Secured Stacks - Flat Files
Call Number: 
Unit 34, Drawer 7
Location: 
Digital Image of Drawing
Call Number: 
No call number available
Variant Title: 
Modèle déposé
Notes: 
Design drawing for four goblets displayed side by side horizontally and labeled a, b, c, and d, respectively. Goblet on far left, labeled "a.", has vertical and horizontal line designs with prisms whenever lines meet. Goblet to right of that one, labeled "b." is decorated with circles and vertical and horizontal lines; each circle is inside a square formed by lines. Goblet to right center, labeled "c.", is decorated with stacks of horizontal lines that run diagonally in opposite directions. Goblet on far right, labeled "d.", has diamond-like decoration made up of prisms and lines.
"Atelier L. C. C., Création éditions, Car 67-18" -- written in black ink on lower right corner.
"653" -- penciled in on lower right corner.
Dated by Munich auction house Dietrich Schneider-Henn.
Digitized by Boston Photo Imaging April 2013.
Displayed in the exhibition titled Designing for a new century : works on paper by Lalique and his contemporaries, held at The Rakow Research Library, May 17, 2014-January 4, 2015; this item was on display from the opening through September 15, 2014.
Small pinholes on lower left corner.
Paper is folded at each corner with minor wrinkling throughout.
Previously this design drawing, and nine others, was considered a trade catalog, BIB 56651; together the designs were housed in a light blue cardboard folder marked "Brunnen". The folder can be found in the same location as the designs.
Formerly F-12483C.