Lalique - Noir Premier - Fruits du Mouvement - 1977
When Marie-Claude Lalique succeeded her father in 1977, a wind of modernity and femininity blew through the house of Lalique.
While René Lalique drew his designs, his granddaughter molded them with plasticine - and thereby worked with live models. For example, she acquired a dove in the 1960s in order to study how it moves - for her first crystal object. Thanks to her sense of movement, she was able to give life and expression to the materials. Her love for vivid colors in connection with the luminous transparency of crystal gives her works a splendid vitality.
Fruity, rich and playful notes of mandarin and plum give an idea of ??Marie-Claude Lalique's creative sensibility. Black pepper and ginger join forces with an opulent jasmine blossom.
These fruity, spicy and floral notes finally rest on a heavenly soft bed of amber, sandalwood and cashmere wood ...