This unusual yellow Lalique vase by Rene Lalique (1860 - 1945) is marked Marked "R Lalique France" on the bottom. On each of the vases three sides, we see a different dancing nude figure, etched in recess in the glass.
The vase has a small internal spider break near the rim.
Lalique glass has been in production for over one hundred years and has maintained their reputation for for high quality collectible art glass throughout. They begin with a drawing and the intention to fuse that drawing with leaded crystal glass to create a soft, feminine form with Art Nouveau and Art Deco inspiration.
Rene Lalique (1860 - 1945) is a French designer whose works have become synonymous with high quality lead crystal designs that are seen in the decorative arts, jewelry and occasionally bronze. In 1881 Lalique became one of the leading designers of the French Art Nouveau movement. In 1909 he opened his own studio and an is now highly pized and included in the collections of countless museums including the Louvre.