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None of the items shown below are the work of Rene Lalique. None are R.Lalique. But each was put up for sale represented to be the work of Lalique. NOTE: The items on this page are from a myriad of manufacturers, and were not originally created with the intent to deceive anyone. Many of these items are collectible on their own for what they really are. It is only the addition of a spurious R. Lalique signature, or the making of a representation that they are R. Lalique items, that put them in this Rene Lalique Forgeries category. If you don't see your item here and are still concerned, check out our Authentication Services.
There is a special category of jewelry that appears frequently represented as the work of Lalique. This jewelry bears the signature LR as shown on the first piece in the first row of photos below. Because of the way the L and R are woven together in the mark, it is often confused as RL, and by extension Rene Lalique. This LR mark appears on several pieces on this page. The jewelry with that LR mark is the work of a notable French medalist and sculpure from the last half of the 19th century. These pieces are so often mis-represented as the work of Rene Lalique, that we've created a special page with biographical information and extensive photo examples of the work of the French designer and jeweler of the LR mark: Louis Rault.