VG. White & black & color illus. boards, matching dust jacket, 144 pp., many color illus. "By any standards, Rene Lalique [1860-1945] was an enormously talented and versatile man. However, it was in the are of jewelry design and glasswork that Lalique's greatest passion lay and where he would leave his most lasting gift....But with fame, came imitators and the genius became secretive. To this day, the composition of the pearly opalescent glass, which became one of his trademarks, remains a mystery....Illustrated with a wealth of vivid photographs, [this book] beautifully presents a rich selection of the pieces created throughout the career of one of the world's most ingenious artists." (dj).
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