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Here are all of the R. Lalique Perfume Bottles in our database sorted by the company for which they were created. Testers are included here, but not Boxes or glass hang tags which are essentially Pendants. There are a small number of publicity plaques or signs designed or made by Lalique for different perfumers. These plaques are found in the Signs section of the catalogue. If you don't see your perfume bottle here, also look in Vases for the couple of stoppered vases, or in Decanters. There are also a few Cire Perdue Perfume Bottles and stoppers that are found on the Cire Perdue Page.

About 377 R. Lalique Perfume Bottles Are Shown Out Of Approximately 400 Models. There are also an unknown number of likely unique or extremely rare non-cire perdue perfume bottles such as prototypes and models. Those are included here.

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Perfumers and Companies Indexd I

Alpy

Anna

Arys

Bertelli

Burmann

Canarina

Claire

Colgate

Corday

Corysé

Coty

D'Héraud

D'Orsay

de Ciny

Delettrez

Erasmic

Estmer

Euziere

Fioret

Forvil

Fragonard

Gabilla

Gal

Galeries Lafayette

Georges Lemoine

Grande Maison De Blanc

Grands Magasins Du Louvre

Guerlain

Hector-Legrand

Hermanny

Houbigant

Isabey

Jaytho

Jean De Parys

Klytia, Institut De Beauté

L. T. Piver

Lalo

Lengyel

Lionceau

Lubin

Lucien Lelong

Marcel Rochas

Martial Et Armand

Marquise De Sévigné

Mary Dunhill

Molinard

Molyneux

Oviatt

Rallet

Raquel Meller

Renaud

Rene Dorlys

Roger & Gallet

Rosine

Saks

Sergy

Tokalon

Vigny

Violet

Volnay

Worth

Unknown Perfumers

Maison Lalique

Seeking Information

Alpy

The Alpy bottles are a bit of a mystery. There is a Rene Lalique et Cie record indicating a run of 5 different lavender bottles just after the crash in November of 1929. And 5 sizes of very similar lavender decorated bottles have appeared. Some of the bottles have the molded lettering Lavande Alpy and Apt_Vaucluse. Lavande (Lavender) is well known in the area of Apt Vaucluse in France. But after that it's a blank. And that blank includes Alpy, which we assume is a name but we don't know. We have never seen a bottle with an applied label, still sealed, with any contents, with tags, or with a box.

Rene Lalique Lavande Alpy Perfume Bottle
     

Anna

The luxury goods shop Madeleine et Madeleine (that had as one of its principals Jeanne Hallée, the sister of legendary French fashion designer and perfumer Paul Poiret) was located on the Champs-Elysées in Paris. In 1927 they ordered their first and only bottle design from Rene Lalique for their inaugural fragrance.

Rene Lalique Anna Perfume Bottle
     

Arys

French perfumer Dr. Lucien Graux, founder of the Arys brands became a customer of Rene Lalique in 1916. By the early 1920's Arys was an international brand selling in many countries, and by 1925 he was known as an expert and innovator in the field. Lalique would eventually create over 20 different flacons for Arys, the last one coming in 1929 just before the start of the great depression. Graux died at the hands of the Nazis at Dachau in 1944.

Rene Lalique Ambre Vermeil Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Bordures Feuilles Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Chrysanthemes Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Dame Au Saphir Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Diamant Imperial Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique En Fermant Les Yeux Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Faisons Un Reve Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Fox Trot Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique L'Amour Dans Le Coeur Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique L'Amour Dans Le Coeur-2 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique L'Anneau Merveilleux Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique L'Anneau Merveilleux-2 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Le Bonheur Dans L'Air Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Le Chypre Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Le Lilas Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Le Lilas-2 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Parlez-Lui De Moi Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Premier Oui Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Rien Que Du Bonheur Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Rose Sans Fin Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Un Jardin La Nuit Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Un Jour Viendra Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Un Jour Viendra-2 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Vouloir c'est Pouvoir Perfume Bottle

Bertelli

A. Bertelli & Co. was a Milan Italy based pharmaceutical company founded in 1898. No later than 1904 they were in the perfume business and were creating fragrances in France. The fragrance Eva was created in 1912 and was presented in bottles by at least 2 other glassmakers prior to 1926, when Rene Lalique created his only known bottle for Bertelli. We don't know what became of Bertelli, but we have seen reports that they marketed roughly 80 different fragrances stretching all the way into the 1950's.

Rene Lalique Eva Perfume Bottle
     

Burmann

Burmann (also de Burmann and Parums de Burmann) was started in 1934 by Stephani Burdin and Andre Baumann. The company name is a conflation of the founders last names. They created about 7 scents and are known to have used three different flacons from Rene Lalique. They have been reported to have worked at various times out of Paris locations at 4 Rue De La Verrerie (possibly before forming Burmann) and also from a shop on the Champs-Elysées.

Rene Lalique Fleur De Tabac Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique La Sirene Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique La Sirene-2 Perfume Bottle
   

Canarina

The Rene Lalique et Cie records indicate a single flacon and stopper for Canarina in 1928. The boxes it has been found in say Canarina. And Canarina is also molded into the side of the dauber stopper. But if this is the name of the "unknown" perfumer or the name of the fragrance (or both) we cannot say. We don't know of any documentation to support any assumption. And so naturally the name given for the fragrance Les Yeux Bleus (The Blue Eyes) is just made-up as far as we know.

Rene Lalique Les Yeux Bleus Perfume Bottle
     

Claire

Claire was founded in 1910 by John Wanamaker of the famous Philadelphia and New York (and later other locations) Department Stores. 1910 was the same year the new and iconic 12 story granite store in Philadelphia was completed and dedicated by none other than the sitting President of the United States William Howard Taft. Claire was basically the in-house perfumer for the department stores, though a Claire store was opened in Paris around 1920. The first fragrance for Claire, also from 1910 was Orée. For the new fragrance Rene Lalique created the eight sided bottle you see below. This same bottle with some changes, would later be used for two other fragrances at two other perfumers. Wanamaker died in 1922 but the Wanamaker/Lalique relationship continued at least into the 1930's. In addition to more bottle orders, Lalique created the famous large glass panel for the new Wanamaker's Mens Store in Philadelphia of the classical style (unexposed) nude male grasping a tree surrounded by branches and leaves Athlète et Feuillages that is now in the collection of the Corning Museum

Rene Lalique Fleur D'Or Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Oree Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Oree Eau de Toilette Perfume Bottle
   

Colgate

Ever hear of Colgate-Palmolive? In 1806 William Colgate went into business in New York City making soap and candles and other consumer items. He died in 1857 and the business was taken over by his son Samuel and the name was changed to Colgate and Company. By 1866 they were making perfumed soaps and perfumes. 1873 brought on toothpaste in jars and 1896 rang-in toothpaste in tubes. By 1906 they are reported to have had over 600 varieties of perfumes and over 800 total products with the soaps and dental related business. In 1913 Lalique created a disk shaped squat bottle for Colgate as they sought to market a newly created luxury fragrance. The Unknown Flower bottle was followed 12 and 14 years later by two more. All three are shown below. In 1928 the Wisconsin soap maker made famous by selling a soap that contained palm oil and olive oil that was so popular they changed the name of the company, bought out Colgate. Today, Colgate-Palmolive employs nearly 40,000 people and is known worldwide for its name brand dental products, cleaning products, and soaps. The old perfume business is an historical footnote. And even if you weren't wondering, it's true. Colgate-Palmolive and a couple other soap companies ran so many advertisements on radio broadcasts and later television series for these never ending daytime drama shows directed at women, that the shows came to be known as Soap Operas!

Rene Lalique Night Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Orchis Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique The Unknown Flower Perfume Bottle
   

Corday

Corday is said to have been named after Charlotte Corday, who was famous for her participation in the French revolution. She is best known for having stabbed to death Jean-Paul Marat, one of the more radical Jacobin leaders. She was executed by guillotine just 4 days after the stabbing and only 10 days before her 25th birthday. Corday was founded in 1924 by Blanche Arvoy. Blanche was also the owner of the perfumer Javoy. It was 14 years after the founding that Rene Lalique would design and produce his one bottle for Corday. That distinctive bottle was for the 1938 fragrance Tzigane.

Rene Lalique Tzigane Perfume Bottle
     

Corysé

Corysé was founded by Maurice Blanchet in 1919 at 64 Rue De La Chaussée-d'Antin in Paris. 10 years later it merged (or acquired) the perfumer Salomé and the name was changed to Corysé-Salomé. Lalique created one bottle in 2 sizes with a couple of variations for Corysé. The 1926 bottle for the fragrance Vinca was a square container, some of which were made with canted corners. The canted corners version was also later used in 1929 for the Corysé-Salomé fragrance Opéra.

Rene Lalique Vinca Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Vinca-2 Perfume Bottle
    

Coty

In 1904, following his legendary success in selling La Rose Jaqueminot at the Grand Magasins du Louvre, 30 year old perfumer François Coty opened his own fragrance shop in Paris. Beginning in 1907 he commissioned Rene Lalique to work on various elements of his presentations including labels and glass plaques. By 1909, Lalique designed and produced his first complete bottle (Cyclamen) for Coty. Luxury perfume had never before been accessible or affordable to the masses, and these commissions were intended to assist in Coty's efforts to make this possible. Coty was a marketing visionary, and his insight into the importance of bottle design for the purpose of expanding perfume sales was spot on. His strategy and his fortunate collaboration with Rene Lalique proved immediately successful, revolutionizing the fragrance industry and leading the drive to make perfume a mass-market luxury product available across the globe. Coty fell on hard times after the crash of 1929, and scandalously lost control of his company to his ex-wife. She hung on in one form or another until the early 1960's, when she sold her shares in Coty to the big international company Pfizer. 30 years later Pfizer sold Coty to a subsidiary of the German company Joh. A. Benckiser GmbH. Mainly owing to corporate consolidations and additions, today Coty sales are measured in the billions of dollars annually and it is a "global leader in beauty".

Rene Lalique Ambre Antique Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Au Coeur Des Calices Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Chypre De Coty Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Coty Chypre Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Coty Eau De Toilette Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Coty Muguet Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Cyclamen Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Cyclamen-2 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Cyclamen-3 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Emeraude Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Heliotrope Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Heliotrope-2 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique L'Effleurt-1 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique L'Effleurt-2 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique L'Idylle Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique L'Origan Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique L'Origan-2 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique L'Origan-3 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique La Rose Jacqueminot Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Le Vertige Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Les Parfums de Coty Perfume Tester
Rene Lalique Les Parfums De Coty-2 Perfume Tester
Rene Lalique Lilas Pourpre Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Lotion Coty Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Six Masques Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Styx Perfume Bottle
    

D'Héraud

D'Héraud was started in the period around 1913 by Delphin Héraud, who formerly worked for the 100+ years old perfume company Lenthéric. The first bottle created by Lalique for him was Le Lilas in 1913. In the ensuing 10 years, Héraud would use around 18 bottles designed by Rene Lalique, not including variations such as the couple later tweaks for the wonderful butterfly woman design Phalène which was originally created within a year or so of Le Lilas. After a 3rd bottle in 1914, there was a six year break, and then an outpouring of new designs were created in the period 1920 to 1923 after Héraud incorporated his company under the name Parfums D'Héraud. His headquarters and plant were located about 5 miles from the center of Paris in Courbevoie. The last bottles made for D'Héraud were 2 bottles created in 1926 just before the demise of Parfums D'Héraud that same year. One of those bottles was surely based on the 1925 draped (bunting style) garlands of pearls design of the Maison Lalique Perles Vase. This same bottle was then marketed directly by Maison Lalique with the model named Palerme.

Rene Lalique Chypre D'Heraud Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique D'Heraud Oeillet Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique D'Heraud Palerme Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique D'Heraud Unknown Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Eau De Cologne D'Heraud Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Eau De Toilette D'Heraud Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Eau De Toilette D'Heraud-2 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Izeil Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Le Lilas D'Heraud Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Les Feuillages Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Lotion Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Origan Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Phalene Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Phalene-2 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Rose D'Heraud Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Semis De Fleurs Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Semis De Fleurs-2 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Vampire Talc Bottle

D'Orsay

Parfums D'Orsay was founded in 1908 in Paris by a small group of 4 well capitalized and experienced participants. They purchased the name and likeness of the somewhat infamous Count D'Orsay who had died in 1852 to legitimize and market their new perfume creations. The company became one of the first five perfumer clients of Rene Lalique and he eventually created over 2 dozen different flacons for various D'Orsay fragrances in the period from 1914 to 1929.

Rene Lalique Ambre D'Orsay Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Belle De Jour Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Camelias Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Chypre Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique D'Orsay Ambre Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Dandy Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Eucalyptus D'Orsay Pendant Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Fleurette Bleue Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Fleurs De France Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Fleurs De France-2 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Grace Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Illusion Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique L'Elegance Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique La Renommee D'Orsay Perfume Tester
Rene Lalique Le Lys Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Le Succes Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Les Fleurs D'Orsay Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Leurs Ames Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Milord Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Mystere Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Poesie D'Orsay Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Rose Ambree Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Roses Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Triomphe Perfume Bottle

de Ciny or D'Ciny

Rene Lalique Imagination Perfume Bottle
     

Delettrez

Delettrez was founded 25 years before Rene Lalique was born. The company slogan was: La Parfumerie du Monde Elégant. Roughly in English it's: Perfumer to the Elegant World (High Society). As a perfumer they were known and well regarded worldwide. But it was not until after Delettrez was acquired in 1927 by an American company that it utilized a Rene Lalique bottle. In 1930 Lalique sold them the Inalda bottle with the blown out tiered edges highlighted by enamel that you see below. And it wasn't until 5 years later that he would create the 2nd and last bottle for Delettrez, the super modern Réveillon you see here that was also used for Inalda and possibly other Delettrez fragrances. We have seen a 1935 Gimbels ad for their New York Department Store showing both of these bottles containing Inalda, the Réveillon for $7.50 and the Inalda for $25.00. Of course the ad mentions "Flacons by Lalique". Delettrez continued to create new fragrances at least into the early 1940's and is reported to have stopped doing business about 1955.

Rene Lalique Inalda Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Reveillon Perfume Bottle
    

Erasmic

Erasmic was founded around 1890 by J. Crossfield and Sons Ltd, a highly successful British maker of soaps, candles, household cleaning products, and chemicals that had been in the soap business since around 1815. Erasmic was created to facilitate Crossfield's entry into the market for personal goods such as toiletries, powders, and perfumes as a luxury brand. They had showrooms in London, Paris, and Brussels. They even created their own box making facility, sawmill, and what today would be called the graphics department to make and print their own designs for their presentations. They used bottles made by Dépinoix, Daillet, and possibly others. It was not until 1925 that they turned to Rene Lalique to create just the one bottle, with the Egyptian dancer encircled by the 2 facing butterflies design that you see here, for their new scent De Lui ( From Him). This fragrance with this bottle was also reported to have been marketed under the names Parfum di Lui and Danseuse et Phalenes.

Rene Lalique de Lui Perfume Bottle
     

Estmer

Rene Lalique La Rosee Perfume Bottle
     

Euziére

A. Euzière was founded in Grasse France in 1920. They sold over 15 fragrances between 1920 and 1925. They used bottles designed from different sources including Julien Viard and George Dumoulin. Euzière may be the successor company to a string of previous perfumers that began in 1887 but that is unclear (at least to us). What we do know is that Lalique did not design any bottle for Euzière. The one R. Lalique bottle they used that you see here was almost certainly left-over and in-stock from the late 1920's / early 1930'a financial issues. In any event it's the same as the Persana bottle for Roger & Gallet.

Rene Lalique Cyclamen Euziere Perfume Bottle
     

Fioret

Fioret was founded in 1919 by Simon Jaroslawski as Les Parfums Des Jardins De Fioret. No later than 1924 they had a boutique in New York City at 677 Fifth Avenue in the 2nd floor of the Cammeyer Building and had created over 20 different fragrances. Fioret purchased bottles from Baccarat and Cristalleries de Nancy and maybe others. In 1924 Rene Lalique created his only bottle for Fioret for their fragrance Chose Promise seen here. Fioret also commissioned Lalique to make a small glass medallion as an outside the box hang-tag for Chose Promise Perfume Presentations, but it was used in the presentation for the fragrance with Baccarat Bottles and did not accompany the presentation for the Lalique bottles. That ubiquitous hang-tag is seen today re-purposed as a pendant and many other items. Jaroslawski also founded the perfume and fashion house Ybry in 1925 that was in business until at least the early 1960's based on some newspaper ads we have seen, though under whose ownership we don't know because Jaroslawski filed for personal bankruptcy in 1932 following the crash. Fioret continued in business until at least the 1940's.

Rene Lalique Chose Promise Perfume Bottle
     

Forvil

Forvil was founded in 1922 by Leon Fink. He had previously been one of the founders of Parfums D'Orsay back in 1908. The original name he chose was Forval, but it was changed after the first year. In 1924 at the corner of Rue De Castiglione and Rue De Rivoli in Paris, Fink opened the Parfums Forvil store. He became a consistent customer of Rene Lalique not just for bottles, but for the design of the overall presentation. His business with Lalique continued and grew throughout the roaring 20's, but dropped off the cliff after 1929. Forvil came under the ownership of Bristol-Meyers in the 1960's and was closed by them in 1969.

Rene Lalique 5 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique 5 Fleurs Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique 5 Forvil Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Carre Claire Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Forvil Chypre Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Galejade Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique La Perle Noir Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Le Corail Rouge Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Le Parfum Noir Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Le Parfum Noir-2 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Les Anemones Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Les Cinq Fleurs Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Narcisse Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Relief Perfume Bottle
    

Fragonard

Perfumerie Fragronard, named after the famous 18th century French Grasse painter, was started in 1926 by Eugène Fuchs when he moved from Paris to Grasse and bought a small perfumery there. His first boutique in Paris was opened in 1936 on the Rue Scribe. Today the company is run by Fuchs' great-granddaughters and has multiple shops in Paris and Provence. In total the company has created around 100 fragrances. The perfumery and a company created museum in Grasse are both open for tours to the general public. There is only one model bottle known to have been sold by Lalique to Fragronard.

Rene Lalique Fragonard Perfume Bottle
     

Gabilla

As one of the first female perfumers, Syria born Madame Henriette Gabilla established the perfume and cosmetics house Les Parfumeries De Gabilla in Paris in 1910. Inspired by Coty, Gabilla created and sold 86 unique perfumes worldwide over the course of 12 years. Having worked with Baccarat from early on, Gabilla turned to Rene Lalique in 1925 to create four different flacons for her fragrances. All four are shown here. Gabilla shut its doors in 1969.

Rene Lalique La Glycine Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique La Violette Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Le Lilas De Gabilla Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Toutes Les Fleurs Perfume Bottle
  

Gal

Perfumeria Gal was founded in 1898 in Madrid, Spain by Lesmes Sainz de Vicuna and the perfumist Salvador Echeandia Gal. They made soaps, perfumes, and a scented vaseline product as a balm that is still sold in many varieties today. Gal ordered just one perfume bottle from Rene Lalique, the 1927 palm leaves motif bottle you see here.

Rene Lalique Moraima Perfume Bottle
     

Galeries Lafayette

Les Galeries Lafayette was a department store. It was supplied by Coty and Volnay with bottles labeled for the store. Many bottles that were supplied by Lalique for these private label arrangements by perfumers to stores were unsigned, likely so as not to have these bottles at the lower price points associated with him. However the bottles for La Feuillaison and Chypre both have the original old long-tail L LALIQUE signature.

Rene Lalique Ambre Du Cap Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique La Feuillaison Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique La Feuillaison-2 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Les Galeries Lafayette Le Chypre Perfume Bottle
  

Georges Lemoine

Georges Lemoine et Cie made perfumes, toiletries, and cosmetics. It was founded in the 1800's by Georges Lemoine as Parfumerie du Globe on Rue Saint-Lazar in Paris. In 1925 a related company Pierre Lemoine et Cie (later just Pierre Lemoine) opened a branch at 294 Pearl Street in New York. Lemoine used different glassmakers and designers for their bottles including Depinoix, Viard, and Saumount. Of course they used Rene Lalique for at at least the one bottle shown here. We've seen lists of near 20 different fragrances they created between 1895 and 1935, but the Jolyane fragrance is not on any of those lists and there is no record we can find of this obviously authentic bottle. Lemoine merged with another company in 1939 and was later acquired by Lever Brothers in 1950.

Rene Lalique Jolyane Perfume Bottle
     

Grande Maison De Blanc

La Grande Maison de Blanc began as a Brussels department store in 1864. It was found by E. Lefebre. They sold all kinds of stuff including table linens, lingerie, clothing, hosiery, perfumes, flowers, gloves, etc. They were a supplier of "whites" as was so much of the table and bed linens and other items at that time. They had a branch in Paris on the Boulevard Des Capucines that offered many of the same things. In 1927 they commissioned Rene Lalique to create the single geometric motif bottle you see here.

Rene Lalique Herbain Perfume Bottle
     

Grands Magasins Du Louvre

Rene Lalique Danae Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Mille Fleurs Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Oeillet Louvre Perfume Bottle
   

Guerlain

Guerlain was founded in 1828 and was run by family members until its sale in 1994. It is still in business today. In 1925 Rene Lalique created a bottle for the fragrance Bouquet De Faunes that was developed by the 3rd generation Jacques Guerlain. Jacques was a grandson of the founder and well known for creating many great scents including the fragrance Shalimar. The bottle is a frosted glass Louis XVI style footed urn having 4 faun faces in relief spaced evenly around the shoulder of the bottle. It's also known by the name Qaudrilobe. It's said that the faces of the fauns were modeled after the faces found at the entrance to the Guerlain shop on the Avenue Champs-Elysées in Paris. There is some evidence that a 2nd different bottle was designed for Guerlain around the time of the crash in the late 1929 - early 1930 period. But that bottle has never been identified (at least not by us) and we don't know of any evidence that it was ever produced.

Rene Lalique Bouquet De Faunes Perfume Bottle
     

Hector-Legrand

Hector Legrand was founded in 1856 in Bois Colombes, Seine, about 5 or 6 miles from the center of Paris. They later opened other locations around Paris. It was a perfumes, cosmetics and toiletries business. By the early 20th century, the proprietor was Jacques Caron (not affiliated with any of the other relevant Carons in the perfume business). In the period around 1919/1920 they got their one and only bottle from Rene Lalique for use with their fragrances Violette Fraîcheur and L'Églantine De La Reine. The bottle has Fraîcheur in the mold on the underside. By 1928 the bottle had made its way into the regular Maison Lalique sales list, where it replaced the Bouchon Eglantine Perfume Bottle Model No. 509.

Rene Lalique L'Eglantine De La Reine Perfume Bottle
     

Hermanny

Rene Lalique Olimpic Perfume Bottle
     

Houbigant

Houbigant has a long and storied history. It was founded at the start of the last quarter of the 18th century. It was the perfumer to royalty long before the days of synthetic oils and mass production. It was not until the first quarter of the 20th century that Rene Lalique received his first commission from them in 1920. Their collaboration lasted half a dozen years and yielded only a couple of boxes and handful of bottles. But the entire presentations for Quatre Flacons and La Belle Saison would mark highlights in both style and innovation for Lalique as he approached his coming triumphs at the Art Deco Exhibition in Paris in the year 1925. A year that would also mark the 150th anniversary of the founding of Houbigant.

Rene Lalique Celle Que Mon Coeur Aime Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Houbigant Prototype-1 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Houbigant Prototype-2 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Houbigant Prototype-3 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Houbigant Prototype-4 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique La Belle Saison Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Le Temps Des Lilas Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Quelques Fleurs Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Violette Perfume Bottle
   

Isabey

Isabey was formed as a partnership between the wealthy Baron Henri De Rothschild and the perfume creator (the "nose") Maurice Loewé in 1923. They opened stores in Paris, London, and New York. The actual name of the venture was Société Parisienne d'Essences Rares et de Parfums, but they used the trade name Isabey, thought to be inspired by the famous Isabey family painters Jean-Baptiste and Eugène Louis Gabriel. All the known bottles by Rene Lalique for Isabey are from the period 1923-1925. All told Isabey would create over 40 different fragrances in addition to various other toiletries such as lipsticks, powders, facial cleaners etc. Marcel Guerlain (not the same Guerlain from the Bouquet De Faunes Perfume Bottle) is reported to have acquired Isabey or it's assets in 1941 and it appears (judging from the labeled bottle you see below) that he operated under his own name after that. However the Isabey brand was resurrected in 2001 by the perfumer Panouge.

Rene Lalique A Travers La Violette Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Ambre Marcel Guerlain Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Chypre Celtic Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Chypre Celtic-2 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Jasmine Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Le Lys Noir Perfume Bottle

Jaytho

Jaytho was the brand name trademarked by Charles Jay Oppenheimer in the early 1920's. His perfumes were sold in his small specialty stores including in Newport Rhode Island and Palm Beach Florida. He also opened the Jay Thorpe department store in New York City at West 57th Street near Fifth Avenue. Lalique designed 6 items for the Jaytho Line but produced only 2 of those items. The only bottle both designed and produced is the tulip motif bottle Méchant Mais Charmant you see below. The rich tulip motif 5 compartment tester (the central compartment is for powder) was also designed and produced by Lalique. The remaining 2 bottles along with a tulip motif box and jar were designed by Lalique but produced elsewhere. As would be expected those 4 produced elsewhere items are not signed for Lalique. The Jay Thorpe store also sold R. Lalique glass as shown in this 1928 newspaper ad. According to his New York Times obituary, Oppenheimer's company stayed in business until the 1960's and Oppenheimer himself lived until November of 1981, dying at the age of 91.

Rene Lalique French Lilac Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Le Bouquet Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Mechant Mais Charmant Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Tulipes Perfume Tester
  

Jean De Parys

Jean De Parys was founded in Nanterre, Seine by Jean Cousin in 1914. Nanterre is basically a suburb of Paris, being about 7 miles from the city center. An American branch of the company was formed in 1920 and a shop was opened on Fifth Avenue in New York. Before the company was out of the perfume business, they created about 20 different fragrances. Lalique produced 3 basic designs for Jean De Parys. All came in the 1926/1927 period. The Sous le Gui bottle we show 3 versions of started out as Lalique's improvement of an already existing bottle that had been created by another maker. At a minimum Lalique re-designed and manufactured the Gui (mistletoe) decorated cover for the bottle. We show the black/gold and clear/brown versions as different bottles below. The 3rd Sous le Gui is a large hollow all black display bottle for store windows that was entirely designed and made by Lalique. All the R. Lalique bottles for Jean De Parys are relatively rare. They were expensive in their time, and the company was not in in the perfume business for very long after they were created.

Rene Lalique Jean De Parys Chypre Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Premier Desir Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Sous Le Gui Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Sous Le Gui-2 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Sous Le Gui-3 Perfume Bottle
 

Klytia, Institut De Beauté

Victor François Merle started the Klytia Beauty Institute in 1895 at 26 Place Vendome in Paris. The shop sold various beauty products including fragrances and also different kinds of treatments. With his associate Élise-Mari Valentin Le Brun, over 35 different fragrances were introduced by the company. But it wasn't until 1935 that Rene Lalique created the single bottle for the Klytia Institut De Beauté that you see here. It has a wide opening at the top and was launched with the scented lotion Prends-Moi Près De Toi. The matching wavy lines motif is augmented by the molded name Klytia on the top of the dome shaped stopper.

Rene Lalique Prends-Moi Pres De Toi Perfume Bottle
     

L. T. Piver

Rene Lalique Misti Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Scarabee Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Scarabee-2 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Scarabee-3 Perfume Bottle
  

Lalo

Lalo was started in 1919. The company is said to be named after a racetrack in the large Bois de Boulogne Park in western Paris near Neuilly-sur-Seine. We cannot confirm this. However, Lalo is also a street in the area of the park that was named after the French composer Édouard Victor Antoine Lalo. The park also houses a huge greenhouse complex named Jardin des Serres d'Auteuil and the Auteuil Hippodrome, where in 1924 the equestrian events were held for the Summer Olympics. Auteuil was also trademarked by Lalo as a name for a perfume, and is the fragrance name for the 1st bottle created for Lalo by Rene Lalique. Lalo also reportedly did business under the name Scientifique d'Hygienée et de Beauté (S.H.Y.B.). And they also created the fragrances Ritz and Shyba. It could not have been known at the time, but the same park as the racetrack also later housed the former King Edward VIII, the Duke of Windsor and his wife Wallis Simpson from 1952 to 1986 in a home leased to them by the City of Paris. The lease was later purchased by Mohamed al-Fayed, the owner of the Ritz hotel. That is a big stretch to a small world.

Rene Lalique Auteuil Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Shyba Perfume Bottle
    

Lengyel

Lazlo Lengyel and his brother Georges began operations in Paris in the early 1920's under the name Les Parfums Lengyel. They had previous experience with perfumes in their birthplace Hungary. From 1917 to the late 1930's the they are reported to have created over 15 fragrances. In 1936 the single bottle you see below was the first and only one created for Lengyel by Rene Lalique. The bottle has several Russian themes including the coat of arms and the crown design stopper. The fragrance Parfum Impérial was a derivative of their highly successful 1924 scent Essence Impériale Russe (Russian Imperial Essence), which helps explain the theme of the bottle. Lazlo was the nose for the company and is reported to have worked as a nose for Max Factor after the war. He died in 1986 just a few years short of his 100th birthday.

Rene Lalique Parfum Imperial Perfume Bottle
     

Lionceau

Lionceau (Les Parfums Lionceau) was established in 1920 by Michel Schasseur on Rue Demours in Paris. By 1924 they had the U.S. company S.S. Pierce with a shop on Fifth Avenue in New York City as their exclusive importer (and possibly as their owner). In 1927 Lionceau was purchased by Roger de Soria. He was the person responsible for commissioning the single sumptuous presentation created that same year by Rene Lalique for Lionceau.

Rene Lalique Pierre Precieuse Perfume Bottle
     

Lubin

Lubin was and is a very old perfumer, having been founded by Pierre François Lubin in 1798. Lubin commissioned just the one bottle from Lalique seen below in 1920 for their new fragrance Lac d'Or (Lake of Gold or Golden Lake). Sales likely did not go as well as expected, because we see this identical bottle in the smaller of the 2 sizes used by Renaud in the late 30's/early 40's time frame, and also by Estmer. These were almost certainly bottles still remaining in storage from the original run for Lubin. In addition to the single perfume bottle, the Figurines Atomizer originally created for Marcas & Dardel has also been seen marked in the metal pump and on the carrying case for Lubin Paris. Lubin is still in the perfume business today (2019), and maintains a boutique on Rue Des Canettes in Paris.

Rene Lalique Lacdor Perfume Bottle
     

Lucien Lelong

Lucien Lelong was born in 1889. Before World War 1, he went to work at his family fashion house and after the war in 1924 he started his own perfume business. Lalique created three bottles for Lelong, the first being the iconic 1929 skyscraper design, thought to reflect Lelong's plan to open shops in New York and Chicago. Two additional bottles were created in 1931, only one of which is known. That's the Parfum A bottle shown below. In all, Lelong would created 27 different fragrances. He remained in the fashion business for some time and employeed many talented designers such as Christian Dior (1941 to 1946) and Hubert de Givenchy. He retired in 1952 and died in France in 1958.

Rene Lalique Parfum A Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Skyscraper Perfume Bottle
    

Marcel Rochas

Marcel Rochas was born in 1902. He started his fashion business in 1925. His first 3 perfumes were launched in 1936. In late 1943 during the German occupation but enjoying great success in his business, he bought a fragrance from the well-known scent designer Edmond Roudnitska. Rochas named the fragrance Femme, and it would become his signature fragrance, 1st appearing in the single bottle he commissioned Lalique to create that same year. Marc Lalique designed this bottle, possibly with some assistance. Rene Lalique's only known involvement was to approve the design. This singular bottle for Rochas was continued after the war. In addition to Femme it was used for several other Rochas fragrances in the post-war period. Marcel died in 1955. After his death, his 30 year old wife took over management of the company and it continued successfully until she sold it in 1971. It was acquired in the early 2000's by Prctor and Gamble and still exists today (2019).

Rene Lalique Femme Perfume Bottle
     

Martial Et Armand

Martial and Armand were 2 different fashion houses that joined forces in 1907. But it wasn't until 1924 that they made a plan to introduce their 1st perfume the following year coincident with the 1925 Art Deco Exhibition in Paris. For this new fragrance named Un Rein, they commissioned Lalique to create the single bottle seen below. The central decoration is the fashion house logo. And the comporting stopper reflects both the heart shape of the logo and the initials M and A. The company continued to operate until about 1960.

Rene Lalique Martial Et Armand Perfume Bottle
     

Marquise De Sévigné

Rene Lalique Marquise De Sevigne Perfume Bottle
     

Mary Dunhill

Mary Dunhill was born in 1907, the only daughter of Alfred Dunhill. Alfred had inherited a small saddlery company from his father in the late 1800's and developed it into the luxury goods retailer Dunhill. Then In 1907, he opened his first tobacco and pipe shop on Duke Street in London. The tobacco business flourished and it is now a separate international company, having been spun off and sold in the late 1960's. Mary was trained as a hairdresser, but ended up working in the family business and eventually became Managing Director and President of Dunhill. In 1934 she launched a line of fragrances for Dunhill including fragrances for men. She commissioned Rene Lalique to supply a perfume bottle for her fragrance Flowers of Devonshire, a bottle that was created in 1935 and which is the Maison Lalique Gregoire bottle with the same stopper design but with the addition of a long dauber. This would be the only bottle by Lalique for Dunhill. Later this Gregoire design bottle was made for Flowers of Devonshire (and possibly other Mary Dunhill fragrances) by another glassmaker using two different stoppers, neither of which resembles the original comporting Gregoire stopper. There would be a total of about half-a-dozen fragrances for women between 1934 and the early 1940's. Mary died in 1988. Dunhill continues in business to this day (2017) under the ownership of Compagnie Financière Richemont SA, the Swiss luxury goods company. Its frgarance line still exists, but it's produced by another company under a license to use the Dunhill name.

Rene Lalique Flowers of Devonshire Perfume Bottle
     

Molinard

Molinard got started in 1849 in the rural town of Grasse. They had a world famous clientele for their scents, but did not open a shop in Paris until around 1920. And it wasn't until 1927 that Rene Lalique designed his first of only 3 bottles for the firm, an elegant creation featuring 4 caryatids. The 2nd bottle, the 1928 design Le Baiser Du Faune would win the award for the most beautiful perfume bottle in the world at the New York World's Fair in 1932. And the cavorting bacchantes style Calendal of 1930 remains a classic Art Deco design. Molinard is still in business today, with a fifth generation perfumer as Managing Director that shares the family name of the man who created the scent Habanita in 1921.

Rene Lalique Calendal Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Calendal-2 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Calendal-3 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Le Baiser Du Faune Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Le Baiser Du Faune - 2 Perfume Bottle
 

Molyneux

Les Parfums De Molyneux was founded by British Army veteran Edward Molyneux in 1926. At the time, his couture shop was located at 5 Rue Royale in Paris. The fragrance Le Numero Cinq, whose bottle was created by Rene Lalique in that same year, was named sympathetically for the store address.

Rene Lalique Le Numero Cinq Perfume Bottle
     

Oviatt

Rene Lalique Le Parfum Des Anges Perfume Bottle
     

Rallet

Rene Lalique Bordure Et Bouchon Crantes Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Soir Antique Perfume Bottle
    

Raquel Meller

Rene Lalique Raquel Meller Perfume Bottle
     

Renaud

Rene Lalique Sur Deux Notes Perfume Bottle
     

René Dorlys

Rene Lalique Mes Amours Perfume Bottle
     

Roger & Gallet

Rene Lalique Cigalia Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Cigalia-2 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Cigalia-3 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Cigalia-4 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Cigalia-5 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Flausa Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Le Jade Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Narkiss Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Narkiss-2 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Narkiss-3 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Narkiss-4 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Paquerettes Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Pavots d'Argent Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Pavots D'Argent-2  Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Persana Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Psyka Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Psyka-2 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Rose Rouge Perfume Bottle

Rosine

Paul Poiret founded Parfums de Rosine in 1911 naming the new venture after his daughter. By that time he was already an internationally famous women's clothing designer having founded his own company for that purpose in 1903. His contributions to the revolution in women's fashion early in the century cannot be overstated. For the launch of Rosine he organized the famous party "la mille et deuxième nuit" (The Thousand and Second Night), a fantastical affair for Paris high society that included tropical birds, his wife appearing in a luxurious golden cage, and he the Sultan. All the guests reportedly received a sample of his first fragrance "Nuit Persane" (Persian Night). After serving in the military in World War I he was unable to get his company back on track upon his return. By about 1928 he had lost everything and his company was closed and liquidated in 1929. By the time of his death in 1944 he was almost totally forgotten having lived his remaining years on the edge of poverty doing odd jobs. In 2005 his wife's wardrobe was auctioned off, with one coat alone selling for €110,000. Later the New York Metropolitan Museum held an exhibition to honor his contributions to fashion "Paul Poiret: King of Fashion" that included pieces the Met had acquired at the 2005 auction. His perfumes were similarly honored at an exhibition in Grasse in 2013 by the Musée International de la Parfumerie titled "Paul Poiret: Couturier Perfumer". The R. Lalique bottles used by Rosine were left-over bottles from an attempted marketing push in the United States by Roger et Gallet for their fragrance Persana around 1926/1927. These bottles were the single design you see here for the fragrance China Night, and they were used about 1928 after Poiret had lost control of his companies. Les Parfums De Rosine exists today, having been re-launched in 1991. But except for the name, it has no relation to the company Poiret founded.

Rene Lalique Nuit De Chine Perfume Bottle
     

Saks

Rene Lalique Tresor De La Mer Perfume Bottle
     

Sergy

The perfumer Gueldy was founded by A. Sergent and Le Laurin in 1905. It operated in both Paris and New York also selling cosmetics and toiletries. In 1930 A. Sergent founded Parfums de Sergy with the intention of marketing lower cost products under that name, but it later merged into Gueldy. The name Sergy is reported to be the name of a Gueldy fragrance originally from 1910. The single bottle from Rene Lalique used by Sergy is the container for Erasmic with a stopper that appears to be from Roger et Gallet's Persana. The circa date of the bottle shows as 1925, but that's when it was created for Erasmic. Sergy's use could not have occurred until the 1930's. Eventually Lever Brothers acquired Gueldy, but the Sergy name was being used on new fragrances at least until 1953.

Rene Lalique Sergy Perfume Bottle
     

Tokalon

Tokalon was founded by Ewing Virgil Neal. Neal was many things including a performing hypnotist. Befitting a guy that sold "Nuxated Iron" he also had more than one name, and was also known as (aka) Xenophon LaMotte Sage! His life was not without controversy. He was accused of being a a con man for selling phony health products using the U.S. mail. And having moved to France prior to the start of World War II, because of his activities during the war, he was thought to be collaborating with the Nazis. But he was also a pretty good businessman and Tokalon was a successful venture marketing all manner of toiletries. It released over 30 fragrances between 1910 and 1928 including Petalia(s) And Captivant de Tokalon, for which they used the single bottle created for them by Rene Lalique that is shown below. Tokalon is still in business today under the ownership of the Swiss company Cooper Cosmetics SA.

Rene Lalique Petalia Perfume Bottle
     

Vigny

Rene Lalique D'Ou Viente-Il Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Jamerose Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique L'Ambre De Vigny Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Musky Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Musky-2 Perfume Bottle
 

Violet

Rene Lalique Niobe Perfume Bottle
     

Volnay

Rene Lalique Ambre De Siam Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Ambre De Siam-2 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Ambre De Siam-3 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Ambre De Siam-4 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Chypre Ambre Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Entrelacs Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Fleurs Vives Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Gri-Gri Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Maoni Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Volnais Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Volnay Violette Perfume Bottle
 

Worth

Rene Lalique Bobine Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Cadeau De Paques Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Dans La Nuit Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Dans La Nuit-2 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Dans La Nuit-3 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Dans La Nuit-4 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Dans La Nuit-5 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique En Croisiere Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Fleurs Parisiennes Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Imprudence Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Je Reviens Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Je Reviens Huile De Bain Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Je Reviens-10 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Je Reviens-2 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Je Reviens-3 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Je Reviens-4 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Je Reviens-5 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Je Reviens-6 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Je Reviens-7 Flacon
Rene Lalique Je Reviens-8 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Je Reviens-9 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Joyeux Retour Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Requete Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Requete-1 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Rose Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Sans Adieu Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Sans Adieu-2 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Sans Adieu-3 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Vers Le Jour Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Vers Le Jour-2 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Vers Le Jour-3 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Vers Le Jour-4 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Vers Toi Perfume Bottle
   

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Rene Lalique Bordures Fleurettes Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Deux Colombes Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Deux Medaillons Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Deux Sirenes Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Flowering Branches Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Oiseaux et Fleurs Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Pavot D'Islande Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Pivoines Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Saint Georges Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Spirale Fougere Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Une Sirene Perfume Bottle
 

Rene Lalique For Maison Lalique

Rene Lalique A Cotes Bouchon Papillons Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Althea Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Ambroise Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Amelie Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Amphitrite Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Amphitrite Perfume Tester
Rene Lalique Anses Et Bouchon Marguerites Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Bouchon Cassis Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Bouchon Eucalyptus Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Bouchon Fleurs De Pommier Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Bouchon Mures Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Bouchon Trois Hirondelles Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Cactus Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Camille Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Capricornes Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Carnette Fleur Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Carnette Guepes Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Clairefontaine Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Clamart Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Collerette Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Dahlia Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Dahlia Maison Lalique Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Deux Figurines Bouchon Figurines Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Deux Fleurs Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Duncan Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Duncan-2 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Duncan-3 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Duncan-4 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Enfants Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Epines Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Eucalyptus Pendant Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Flacon Pendant Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Fleur Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Fleurettes Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Fleurs Concaves Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Fougeres Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Fraicheur Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Glycines Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Gregoire Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Gros Fruits Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Helene Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Helene-1 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Helene-2 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Hirondelles Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Jeunesse Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique La Sirene-3 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Laurence Quatre Masques Pendant Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Lentilles Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Lepage Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Lezards-2 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Lunaria Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Marguerite Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Marquila Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Muguet Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Myosotis Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Myosotis-2 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Myosotis-3 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Naiades Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Nenuphar Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Nenuphar-2 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Nenuphar-3 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Oeillet Maison Lalique Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Olives Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Oreilles Epines Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Oreilles Lezards Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Palerme Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Pan Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Panier De Roses Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Parfum Des Anges Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Parfum Des Anges-2 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Pavot Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Pavot-2 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Perles Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Petites Feuilles Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Quatre Aigles Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Quatre Chimeres Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Quatre Cigales Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Quatre Masques Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Quatre Soleils Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Rosace Figurines Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Salamandres Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Satyre Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Serpent Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Six Danseuses Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Spirales Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Tantot Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Telline Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Trois Groupes De Deux Danseuses Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Trois Groupes De Deux Danseuses-2 Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Trois Guepes Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Vase Deux Anemones Perfume Bottle
     

We Are Seeking Information On These R. Lalique Signed Bottles

We are seeking information and/or documentation on the bottles pictured below. All have the early intaglio molded long-tail L signature to the underside. Whatever information we have about these bottles is included in the listing for each bottle.

Rene Lalique Ambre D'Le Pavillon D'Antin Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Bouchon D'Or Perfume Bottle
Rene Lalique Flora Perfume Bottle
   

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