Lalique "Pavie" vaseproduct code: 22c058
Lalique "Pavie" design vase.
The "Pavie" design features ears of corn in both satin and clear glass on an oval shaped vase; Pavie is the name of a little town in the South-West of France known for growing corn.
"Lalique ® France" is engraved in the base.
The design was created by Marie-Claude Lalique, and dates to c1989.
Marie-Claude was the daughter of Marc Lalique and granddaughter of Rene Lalique.
The vase measures 9 cm (3.5") in diameter at its widest and stands 12.3 cm (4.8") tall.
All measurements are approximate.
The vase is in generally good condition. However there is a flake chip to the rim – approximately 10mm wide but within jagged edges. This damage is reflected in the low price.
The vase is not boxed.
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