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Rene Lalique Cire Perdue Vase Baies De Cornouiller: 21.3 cm brown patinated Lalique Cire Perdue Vase CP No. 95. This vase was part of the old collection of the Lalique patron Georges Charbonneaux, and was also owned by the Utts and later by Marvin Kagan. It was exhibited in 1921 at the Salon de la Sociéte des Artistes Decorateurs. This vase is shown in a full page photo in the front white page section of the R. Lalique Catalogue Raisonne. It also appears in the December 1995 Sotheby's Lalique Auction Catalogue of the Collection of Marvin Kagan and Diane Austin which has a detail close up of this vase's design on the catalogue cover. Lot 67 Est: $300,000 - $400,000. Model: Cire Perdue Circa 1914. Also in this sale is the Lalique Cire Perdue Statue Figure Femme et Guirlande de Fleurs, a Normandie Chandelier, a Paons Table Lamp, and a pastel, watercolor and pencil drawing by Rene Lalique. For links to all the R. Lalique Cire Perdue resources at RLalique.com, visit the Lalique Cire Perdue section of the Lalique Biography. US - New York - New York City jodi.pollack@sothebys.com 212-606-7170 Jodi Pollack is a Sotheby's VP and Head of Department in New York of 20th Century. Date of Sale: 2010-12-16 Sales Results: The Baies De Cornouiller Cire Perdue Vase sold for $494,500. For more about this sale, see R. Lalique Cire Perdue at Sotheby's News and Blog article.   Sotheby's http://www.sothebys.com

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