Reneè Jules Lalique was born in Ay, small village of the Marna, the 6th od April of 1860. In 1876 he became apprentice of Louis Aucoc, one of the luxurious jewelers of Paris. In 1878 he moved to London, studing at the Sydenham College where he enhanced his drawing qualities developing a natural style that then turned into his signature. Back to Paris in 1880 he already possessed his own personal style following the guide of the Art Nouveau. In 1897 with his glass he won "Exposition Universelle di Bruxelles". In 1908 he began to work with Coty, creating incredibly beautiful perfume bottles, he even made some for D'Orsay, Guerlain, Worth. Since 1911 he abandoned jewelry and began working only on glass. In 1925 he opens the season of Art Decò with the decoration of the inside of the Expositione Internationale des Art Decoratifs. The theme of the brand are always articulated around the 3 "F": Femme, Faune, Flore. Lalique's creations are based on opaque reflections, on opalescent color shades on pearl-like surfaces and on the finesse of the crystal. A very famous piece is the Bacchantes vase that Lalique designed in 1927, it's creation is so complex that it needs the assistance of ten experts, it's a true tribute to femininity. Rapresented with incredible realism or just stylized, nature is Lalique's never ending source of inspiration.