Hagueneau

Madeira Glass
1924 (designed)
Image of Gallery in South Kensington
On display at V&A South Kensington
Glass, Room 131
Artist/Maker
Place Of Origin



object details
Categories
Object Type
Materials and Techniques
Glass, press-moulded and mould-blown
Brief Description
'Hagueneau' madeira glass, press-moulded and mould blown glass, designed in 1924 by René Lalique for Lalique glassworks (Verrerie d'Alsace), available in the catalogues 1928-47, Wingen-sur-Moder
Dimensions
  • Height: 17.7cm
  • Diameter: 6.8cm
Style
Marks and Inscriptions
'R.LALIQUE', etched
Gallery Label
Four wine glasses Hagueneau, press-moulded and mould blown France, Bas-Rhin (Wingen-sur-Moder), designed 1924, available in the catalogues 1928-47 designed by René Lalique, for Lalique glassworks (Verrerie d'Alsace) Gift of Arthur Byron (Circ.34 &A to C-1970) See previous - material and technique Champagne,Bordeaux,Madeira,liqueur .(18/06/2009)
Credit line
Presented by Arthur Byron
Object history
Part of a set of glasses, given to the donor as a wedding present in 1933.
Production
Designed by René Lalique, for Lalique glassworks (Verrerie d'Alsace). Designed 1924, available in the catalogues 1928-47. This glass was part of a wedding present in 1933.
Bibliographic References
  • Marcilhac, F. Lalique. Paris, 1989. p.829.
  • Arwas, V. Glass Art Nouveau-Art Deco.
  • Garner, P. In: Dan Klein, ed. The History of Glass.
Other Numbers
  • 243 - Glass gallery number
  • 5024ter - Marcilhac (1989)
Collection
Accession Number
CIRC.34B-1970

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record createdJune 18, 2009
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