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Vintage

Catalogue Des Verreries De René Lalique

Maddie Sadofski

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Catalogue Des Verreries De René Lalique
Catalogue Des Verreries De René Lalique
Catalogue Des Verreries De René Lalique
Catalogue Des Verreries De René Lalique
Catalogue Des Verreries De René Lalique

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Product Information

Era:
Vintage
Condition:
Very Good; slight wear
Country of Origin:
France
Materials:
softcover
Size:
0.5" L x 13" W x 9.8" H
Color/Finish:
black/white

Why We Love This

Complete 1932 cataloque of René Lalique items including the original 1932 price list. This edition was re-published in the mid-1970s in exact original format. 115 pages with 417 black-and-white photographs of everything available for sale by Lalique in 1932. With silk tassel bookmark. Published in Paris, France by René Lalique CIE, written in French.
As described by Maddie Sadofski

About Maddie Sadofski

L.A. native Maddie Sadofski has always been inspired by the glamor of the film industry. She is co-owner and director of Thanks for the Memories, where designers, celebrities, treasure hunters, and museums converge to find clean-lined, original, and beautifully restored furniture from the 1920s through the '70s, paired with fun (and often rare) accessories. Her decorating advice? "Don't worry about what goes with what. Buy what you really love and it will all work together."