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Rene lalique hirondelles chandelier made of 12 glass wings decorated with sparrows emerging · art deco
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A rare “Verone” chandelier by Rene Lalique, designed in 1927, comprised of multiple glass elements, molded with a floral “Dahlias” motif. Diameter 16″, adjustable art. Ref. “R. Lalique…

Our inventory includes a vast array of chandeliers, wall sconces, lamps, with a focus on the groundbreaking designs of Rene Lalique and M.E. Sabino. We also feature beautifully crafted furniture and objects by some of the most important French designers of the 1920’s thru the 1940’s. These include Jules Leleu, Edgar Brandt, Daum, Sue et Mare, Raymond Subes, Gilbert Poillerat, and many other great exponents of this period.

We also feature beautifully crafted furniture and objects by some of the most important French designers of the 1920’s thru the 1940’s. These include Jules Leleu, Edgar Brandt, Daum, Sue et Mare, Raymond Subes, Gilbert Poillerat and many other of this period. In addition to helping build numerous private collections, we have been a favorite source to designers and architects around the globe. Our pieces have been included in many classic and modern interiors featured in Architectural Digest, Elle Decor and the NY Times. PAUL STAMATI GALLERY is now open to the design trade as well as the general public by appointment.

Art Deco Lalique style crystal basket chandelier. The fine crystal dome basket having a Lalique style design. The top having sprayed double crystal tiers of flowing water coming from…

A rare “Verone” chandelier by Rene Lalique, designed in 1927, comprised of multiple glass elements, molded in a floral (“Dahlias”) motif. Diameter 16″, current drop at 31″ is adjustable…

Lalique Plafonnier Charmes. Measuring 13.5 inches wide bowl form leaves motif glass including the four original plaques that are incorporated in the hanging cords. Signed R. Lalique e…

A beautiful René Lalique lamp, ‘Dahlias’. Signed on the interior ‘R. Lalique’ (see picture). This lamp first appeared in the product line in 1928 and was removed in 1932. Listed in the …

Lalique Seville Clear Crystal and Gilded Metal Small Chandelier

Established in 1982, Paul Stamati Gallery specializes in 20th C. Decorative Arts and is the world’s leading source for Art Deco lighting by Rene Lalique.

Designed by Marc Lalique in 1947, the Seville crystal element illuminates all interiors. Its satin finished crystal volutes create fascinating plays of light. This majestic artwork ref…

Rene Lalique. “Acacia” chandelier in clear and frosted glass, with eight separate extending arms molded with foliage motif, design created 1923. Ref. R. Lalique Catalogue Raisonne by …

A beautiful René Lalique lamp, ‘Dahlias’. Signed on the interior ‘R. Lalique’ (see picture). This lamp first appeared in the product line in 1928 and was removed in 1932. Listed in t…

A clear and frosted molded glass chandelier by R. Lalique in the Feuilles de Charme design, depicting foliage Made in France Model created in 1921 Signature: R. Lalique Reference: …

PAUL STAMATI GALLERY specializes in 20th C. Decorative Arts and is the world’s leading source for Art Deco lighting by Lalique Our inventory includes a vast array of chandeliers, wall sconces and lamps, with a particular focus on the groundbreaking designs of Rene Lalique and Marius Ernest Sabino.

The average cost of an antique René Lalique Chandeliers and Pendants is $18,159. The price can vary from $3,500 and $52,000 based on the condition, age, materials and aesthetic value for a specific René Lalique Chandeliers and Pendants.

“Lausanne” chandelier, a design created in 1929, in molded glass, diameter: 15” (38 cm.) hanging from four electrified silken cords and glass canopy. Total drop is adjustable” cache …

“Passiflore” a rare and important globe chandelier designed by René Lalique in 1924. Composed of twelve clear and frosted glass panels molded with daisy flowers.

Rene Lalique chandelier “Bandes des Roses”, a1924 design, No. 2271. Clear and fosted glass with sepia patina. Measures: Diameter: 21″, height: 44″ (adjustable). Original silk cords.

Clear and frosted glass chandelier by René Lalique. The 12.25″ glass bowl suspended by four nickel-plated rods a nickel-plated canopy. As an alternative it can be mounted flush on the…

Rene Lalique chandelier composed of 12 panels decorated with sparrows, at the bottom is a stylized bird’s nest. Original canopy. New cords as the old ones. (pair available)

A beautiful René Lalique French Art Deco chandelier, ‘Dahlias’. Signed on the interior ‘R. Lalique’. This chandelier first appeared in the product line in 1928 and was removed in 193…

PAUL STAMATI GALLERY was founded in 1982.At that time it was located at the Manhattan Art and Antiques Center, dealing in French Art Nouveau. In 1987 it merged with Chasen Antiques and was located at 985 Madison Avenue under the name of Chasen-Stamati Gallery. Based on both partners knowledge and expertise the Gallery was dealing in French Art Nouveau glass lamps and furniture by makers like Galle, Daum , Majorelle and American glass and lamps particularly Tiffany. Louis Icart etchings and paintings played an important role also. In 1989 the partnership was desolved and the newly reinstated Paul Stamati Gallery returned to the Manhattan Art and Antiques Center. At that time we moved from dealing in Art Nouveau to Art Deco, with no changes to the present.

Lalique Soleil chandelier, No. 2466. Designed 1926, opalescent wheel-engraved R. Lalique FRANCE. Completely original with matching glass canopy. Reference: Christie’s South Kensin…

21st Century and Contemporary French Art Deco Chandeliers and Pendants

In addition to helping build numerous private collections, we have been a favorite source to renowned designers and architects around the globe.

A gorgeous French Art Deco chandelier “Soleil” by Rene Lalique, in clear and frosted glass. With geometric motif polished details mounted on a silvered bronze frame design created 19…

Lalique chandelier, clear and frosted molded glass, with eight lateral arms, hanging on four electrified cords with original glass canopy. Matching wall sconces available.

     Late in his career, Lalique took on high profile luxury interior design projects in Paris, Tokyo and elsewhere. He designed decorative fixtures and lighting for the interior of the luxury liner Normandie in 1935, and decorated the salons of well-known fashion designer Madeleine Vionnet. Today, Lalique’s influence is as relevant as it was when he opened his first jewelry shop in 1890. In a modern or even a traditional décor, as you will see from the objects offered on these pages, the work of René Lalique provides the stamp of savoir-faire.

A French Art Deco chandelier by René Lalique, model “Stockholm I” created, circa 1927, in clear and frosted glass molded with stylized leaves motif, with eight lateral arms extending fr…

Our pieces have been included in many classic and modern interiors featured in Architectural Digest and the New York Times. Paul Stamati Gallery is now open to the design trade as well as the general public by appointment.

A beautiful René Lalique French Art Deco chandelier, ‘Dahlias’. Signed on the interior ‘R. Lalique’. This chandelier first appeared in the product line in 1928 and was removed in 1932. …

Signed Rene Lalique opalescent glass chandelier. A design created on December 14, 1927. New hardware.

Lalique chandelier, clear and frosted glass molded with stylized leaves pattern, with six lateral arms, hanging from six electrified silk cords with original glass canopy.

Clear and frosted “Ronces” chandelier with four attaches, design created in 1926. Ref. Felix Marcilhac “R. Lalique Catalogue Raisonne” fig.2465. (pair available)

Rene Lalique light shade Charmes Round clear bowl form glass with an all-over frosted small leaves decoration Bibliographie: Félix Marcilhac, catalogue raisonné, section “Plafonniers…

     Born in 1860 in the Marne region of France, Lalique began his career as a jewelry designer in the last decades of the 19th century. His work employed now-classic Art Nouveau themes and motifs: flowing, organic lines; forms based on animals, insects and flowers — all rendered in luxurious materials such as ivory, enamel, gold and semi-precious stones. By 1905, Lalique had begun creating works in glass, and his style began to shift to a cleaner, sharper, smoother, more modern approach suited to his new medium. His Paris shop’s proximity to perfumer François Coty’s led him to experiment with beautiful perfume bottles. He offered the first customized scent bottles, transforming the perfume industry. By the end of the First World War, the artist had fully embraced Art Deco modernity, devoting himself to new industrial techniques of glass production and designs that manifest the sweeping lines and the forms suggestive of speed and movement characteristic of the style. Lalique’s work looked both backward and forward in time: embracing ancient mythological themes even as it celebrated modern progress.

A clear and frosted molded glass chandelier by R. Lalique in the Feuilles de Charme design, depicting foliage Made in France Model created in 1921 Signature: R. Lalique Referenc…

The career of the famed jewelry designer, glassmaker and decorative artist René Lalique spanned decades and artistic styles. Best known today for his works in glass, Lalique first won recognition for his jewelry. He was described as the inventor of modern jewelry by the French artist and designer Émile Gallé, and his luxurious naturalistic designs helped define the Art Nouveau movement. Later as a glassmaker in the 1920s and ‘30s, Lalique designed vases, clocks, chandeliers and even car hood ornaments that were the essence of Art Deco chic. Even now, the name Lalique continues to be a byword for a graceful, gracious and distinctively French brand of sophistication.

“Feuilles de Charmes” Art Deco chandelier by Rene Lalique, in clear and frosted glass molded with stylized leaves, a design created in 1924, comprised of 12 panels and a central basket,…

A “Ravenne” chandelier by René Lalique, model introduced in 1927. Bell-shaped, pendant from a central post covered with glass segments.

Lalique and Delisle present Ginkgo, a lighting collection combining the haute couture know-how of the master of crystal with the master of bronze and iron art. This alliance revives …

A “Lausanne” chandelier created by Rene Lalique, circa 1929, in clear and frosted glass molded with a stylized fruit and leaves motif.

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A gorgeous French Art Deco chandelier “Soleil” by Rene Lalique, in clear and frosted glass. With geometric motif polished details mounted on a silvered bronze frame design created 1926….

In June 2014, due to the rapid changes in the business landscape particularly the fast developing of the internet, the location became less important. Today Paul Stamati Gallery is located at 52-01 21st Street in Long Island City.

Created in 1924, this “Bande de Roses” chandelier by Rene Lalique has clear and frosted glass in a tapering circular form that is heightened with coral patina and decorated with grad…

Created in 1924, this “Bande de Roses” chandelier by Rene Lalique has clear and frosted glass in a tapering circular form that is heightened with coral patina and decorated with graduat…

“Lausanne” chandelier, a design created in 1929, in molded glass, diameter: 15” (38 cm.) hanging from four electrified silken cords and glass canopy. Total drop is adjustable” cache bél…

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Charmes bowl fixture by René Lalique with frosted leaf pattern on a clear bowl, suspended by four iron links with rectangular glass plaques. Moulded ‘R. Lalique’ mark, bowl model No. 2…

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A René Lalique chandelier, model Eglantines, created in 1926. (pair available)

“Vérone” centre light,also knon as “dalhia”. Moulded pressed satiny and translucent glass. Signed model created in 1927. Measures: H 77 cm 30 in, diameter 40 cm 16 in.

A clear and frosted molded glass chandelier with eight lateral arms, hanging on silk cords and with original canopy. Designed in circa 1924, NO. 2270, this piece is included in the L…

René Lalique, “Deux Sirenes” chandelier no. 2452, design created 1921. In clear and frosted glass molded with two mermaids swimming gracefully. Diameter: 15.6 in., Drop: 23″ (adjustabl…

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