The Christmas of Lalique is tinged with rouge with the Ispahan and Serpent vase
For a Christmas in rouge tints, the vase Ispahan of Lalique was completely realized in red crystal: a purplish red, golden, fruit of the secret combination of colored pigments and gold dust. The decoration is inspired from the rose of Ispahan, the third largest city of Iran.
It is enigmatic and secret like a symbol of seduction, wisdom and fecundity, the snake radiates the charm bewitching of the forbidden. The Serpent vase, created by René Lalique in 1924 in glass, gets dressed of a red golden, deep and eye-catching as a fruit of a mélange secret of colored pigments and of gold. The Lalique re-edition was done in 2010 in crystal as the homage edition created by the Maison in occasion of the 150th anniversary from birth of the artist.