R Lalique Cire Perdue Wasp Vase by Rene Lalique

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Missing Material! Where Did The R Lalique Go?

A great R Lalique piece suffers some damage. Sometimes the best way to make it "presentable" for the owner, is to polish it up and make it all match again. The Amiens Vase on the right is such an example. Maybe one of the bottom decorative elements had a big chunk broken off. Who knows. But sometime in its life, the owner decided to make it all look right. Not a problem for the informed buyer, that knows what to look for, and knows what he (or she) is paying for.

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R Lalique Repairs & Alterations

Montmorency Vase By Rene Lalique Montmorency Vase By Rene Lalique Missing Top Rim
The Full Monty* Hemmed
Perche Car Mascot By Rene Lalique Perche Car Mascot By Rene Lalique Missing Top Of Fin
The Full Monty* Hemmed
Rene Lalique Davos Vase Davos Vase By Rene Lalique Missing Top Half
The Full Monty* Hemmed
Dentele Vase by Rene Lalique Denetele Vase By Rene Lalique Missing Top Of Neck
The Full Monty* Hemmed
Vers Toi Perfume Bottle By Rene Lalique For Worth Vers Toi Perfume Bottle By Rene Lalique For Worth Missing Top Half
The Full Monty* Hemmed
Laurier Vase by Rene Lalique Laurier Vase by Rene Lalique Missing The Top Rim
The Full Monty* Hemmed
R Lalique Amiens Vase by Rene Lalique R Lalique Opalescent Amiens Vase by Rene Lalique Altered
The Full Monty* Hemmed
R Lalique Saint Francois Opalescent Vase R Lalique Saint Francois Vase by Rene Lalique with Modified Wavy Rim
The Full Monty* Wavy Trim
Oleron R Lalique Vase by Rene Lalique Oleron R Lalique Opalescent Vaes by Rene Lalique with Rim Missing
The Full Monty* Haircut
R Lalique Bowl Felix by Rene Lalique R Lalique Bowl Felix by Rene Lalique With Alterations
The Full Monty* Haircut
Rene Lalique Boule De Gui Rene Lalique Boule de Gui Bottom Piece Only
The Full Monty* Chopped Off at the Knees
Amber Antique Rene Lalique Perfume Bottle Amber Antique Rene Lalique Perfume Top MIssing
The Full Monty* Guillotine
Dinard R Lalique Covered Box Dinard R Lalique Covered Box Altered
The Full Monty* Sllce
Lalique Vase Antilopes signed R.Lalique Rene Lalique Vase Antilopes Cut Down
The Full Monty* Buzzcut
Lalique Vase Ormeaux signed R.Lalique Rene Lalique Vase Ormeaux Cut Down
The Full Monty* Buzzcut
Lalique Vase Meduse signed R.Lalique Rene Lalique Vase Meduse Cut Down
The Full Monty* Buzzcut
R Lalique Danaides Vase R Lalique Danaides Vase by Rene Lalique with Modified Foot Reduced In Width
The Full Monty* Toe Trim
R. Lalique Actinia Bowl R. Lalique Actinia Bowl Later Modified To Make Rim Wavy
The Full Monty* Wavy Trim
R. Lalique Fougeres Vase R. Lalique Fougeres Vase Missing Top Rim And Neck
The Full Monty* Guillotine

 

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*The Full Monty is said to have many origins as an expression, the most famous referring to he size of the breakfast favored by Field Marshal Montgomery. But the one we think best (OK, the one we like best), originates with the British tailors Montague Burton. Montague Burton started with one shop in Chesterfield, Derbyshire just after the turn of the century, and grew to over 600 tailor shops and 14 factories. Started by Sir Montague Burton, a Lithuanian Jewish immigrant to England, the firm would rise to operate the largest clothing factory in the world, employing 10,000 people on its site on Hudson Road in Leeds where it made 30,000 suits a week. According to period accounts, lore, and recollection, Montague Burton had a basic two piece suit consisting of a jacket and trousers that they offered for sale. But for a little extra money, you could add a waistcoat and a 2nd pair of trousers. If you got all that, you got everything, which meant you got the "Full Monty".

 
 

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