Definition of Lalique

1. Noun. A style of Art Nouveau glassware and jewelry/jewellery; properly, that from the Lalique factory. ¹



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Definition of Lalique

1. a style of cut glass or crystal [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lalique

lakings
lakins
lakish
laksa
laksas
laky
laky blood
lalang
lalangs
lalapalooza
laldie
laldies
laldy
laliatry
laliophobia
lalique (current term)
laliques
lall
lallan
lalland
lallands
lallapaloosa
lallapalootza
lallapalootzas
lallapalooza
lallation
lallations
lalled
lalling
lallings

Literary usage of Lalique

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1. The American Magazine of Art by American Federation of Arts (1918)
"... lalique An exhibition of glass of Rene lalique of Paris has recently been held ... as follows: "In the glass of Rene lalique we see the adventure of the ..."

2. The Craftsman by Gustav Stickley (1905)
"In all these characteristics, Mr. Louis Tiffany resembles M. Rene lalique, but he is much less radical, less original, and far more conventional than the ..."

3. Handicraft by National League of Handicraft Societies, Frederic Allen Whiting, Society of Arts and Crafts (1911)
"lalique is a consummate designer and craftsman as any one may see by studying ... There are many scent bottles and bon-bonnieres by lalique all engraved in ..."

4. The Encyclopedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and by Hugh Chisholm (1911)
"In criticism of the art of lalique and his school it should be observed that the works of the school are apt to be unsuited to the wear and tear of actual ..."

5. Toronto by Jennifer McMorran, Alain Rondeau (2002)
"W. •^515-9191 lalique is a French jeweller and designer who became known at the ... In Toronto, you can find some of these masterpieces at lalique Boutique. ..."

6. The Chefs-d'oeuvre by Victor Champier, William Walton, André Saglio (1902)
"in examining the cases of the master-jewellers,—lalique, Vever, Falize, ... The great revolution brought about by M. lalique consists in this: he has ..."

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