The Glass of Lalique a Collector's Guide
Percy, Christopher Vane

New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1977. F 192 pages; illustrated in color, black and white; (from the jacket information): "...traces the artist's entire career, both as a designer and a manufacturer....production techniques, relating them to the many hundreds of glass objects for which they were specially devised...comprehensive list of all the 1,562 objects listed in Lalique's massive trade catalogue of 1932. each item is identified by its design number, some are dated for the first time, and many are described in sufficient detail to enable the collector to identify them by eye as well as by number."; vases and bowls, tableware, car mascots and paper-weights, scent bottles and garnitures de toilette, illuminated glass and light fittings, glass in architecture, small objects, cire perdue; trademarks, more; large, heavy volume, approx. 9" x 12" size, weighing nearly 5 lbs with the packaging; dustjacket over cloth covered boards; some wear to the top back edge of the jacket, still very presentable and good; volume in very good condition; a good reference for the subject. Very Good Hardcover (Item ID: 20214)

$45.00

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