Is Lalique a luxury brand?

Founded over a century ago, in 1888, Lalique has endured as the ultimate symbol of French luxury.

How do you clean Lalique glass?

We recommend that you wash Lalique crystal items by hand, as crystal is sensitive to temperature shock. Using a soft sponge, apply warm water with mild soap at a consistant temperature. Do not use metallic pads or scouring sponges. Allow water to drain.

What is Lalique made of?

The company is best known for the production of artistic glass works, primarily using crystal (lead glass) since the mid-twentieth century. The addition of perfumes (in 1992) and non-glass decorative items and art (since 2011) are recent additions to Lalique’s product line.

What is the meaning of Lalique?

lalique in American English (læˈlik ; lɑlik ; French lalik ) noun [also L-] an art nouveau style of cut glass or crystal with figures of animals, flowers, etc. in relief.

Is Lalique still being made?

Since 2010, Lalique has been owned by Swiss company Art and Fragrance….Lalique.

Type Privately held company
Founded 1888 in Paris, France
Founder René Lalique
Owner Art & Fragrance

Can Lalique be repaired?

At this point (and well before!), it is recommended that you contact a Lalique glass restoration specialist. A glass sculpture repair professional often can restore the damaged glass art to its original state, leaving it in such a condition that no one would ever know it was damaged.

How do you clean crystal glass?

Create a paste of 1/2 teaspoon salt and white vinegar. Gently rub the surface of your crystal stemware, and let the paste sit for 10 minutes to dissolve hard residue. Meanwhile, fill a plastic bin with warm water and one teaspoon baking soda. Set the glasses in the water and pour white vinegar over them.