As part of the celebrations marking 100 years of its Wingen-sur-Moder factory, Lalique continues to push the boundaries of design.

Lalique’s iconic Bacchantes, Mossi, Languedoc vases and the Champs-Elysées bowl have been given an intense blue coating. This magnetic and symbolically charged colour is an invitation to revisit the brand’s iconic crystal pieces. 

Vase Bacchantes

Vase Bacchantes

This vase’s iconic design featuring intertwined mythological figures is all about femininity and
voluptuous beauty: an ode to sensuality. High-precision craftsmanship is reflected down to the
very fine grain of the skin. A piece of striking beauty, combining clear crystal and satin finish,
and a play of light that creates a sensual, almost human-like material.

Vase Mossi

Vase Mossi

The most captivating – almost hypnotic – feature of the Mossi vase is its kaleidoscopic effect. It plays on contrasts between the brilliance of its cabochons and the frosting of its base. An iconic
design emblematic of René Lalique’s creative genius.

Vase Languedoc

The name evokes the landscape of this sun-drenched region in the south of France, which has
inspired the design of this vase with its accentuated relief and generous proportions.
Fashioned in satin-finished and re-polished crystal, the design plays with a repeating cactus-leaf motif.

Coupes Champs-Élysées


Drawing inspiration from the wide avenue from which it takes its name, the Champs-Élysées bowl is adorned with a subtle design of plane tree leaves. Their delicate veins elegantly capture glints of light, making this piece a staple of the Lalique collection.

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