Lalique 100 Points Stemware
"Beautiful yet functional", 100 Points is a hand-made glass that exemplifies the established traditional and style of Lalique but embraces a modern design and precise utility. Designed in partnership with internationally acclaimed wine critic James Suckling, the collection's name refers to the wine scoring system. Its distinctive frosted rib stem creates a characteristic contrast of clear and satin-finish.
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René Lalique’s factory begun production in 1922 in the village of Wingen-sur-Moder in Alsace, a region of France with has strong glassmaking traditions. Throughout the decades, artists and craftsmen have created exceptional pieces inspired by three themes dear to René Lalique: women, flora and fauna. The exceptional know-how includes a succession of manual operations with extreme attention given to details and finishing of each sculpture. Some large or artistic pieces are still manufactured with the ‘lost-wax’ technique, used by René Lalique until 1930, consisting in the use of single-use molds in plaster instead of cast-iron molds.