R Lalique Cire Perdue Wasp Vase by Rene Lalique


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Note: Anémones has the same meaning in French and English. They're flowering plants in the buttercup family commonly known as windflowers.

Also Note: The design on this vase was copied in 1934 on the perfume bottle for Coty's new fragrance A’Suma. Knowing that Lalique had previously persued Coty in an intellectual property dispute over artist rights (a dispute that caused a years long fracture of their previous relationship lasting for the approximate period of 1921 to 1927), it's a reasonable assumption that Coty had René Lalique's blessing via payment or otherwise to use the design. The A’Suma bottles were manufactured by Coty and not by Lalique. They are signed only for Coty and do not appear to be of Lalique quality.

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Model No. Vase-5  Circa 1911
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