Lalique is a French glassmaker, founded by renowned glassmaker and jeweller René Lalique in 1888. Lalique is best known for producing glass art, including perfume bottles, vases, and hood ornaments during the early twentieth century.
From its founding until the 1900s-1910s, Lalique was one of France's foremost Art Nouveau jewelry designers. In the first two decades of the twentieth century, Lalique transitioned into one of the world's most renowned makers of artistic glass objects. During the first half of the twentieth century, Lalique produced perfume bottles, vases , hood ornaments, and decorative glass works, such as inkwells, bookends, and paperweights.
Today, Lalique produces an array of luxury products in five main categories: jewelry, decorative items, interior design, perfumes, and art. The company is best known for the production of artistic glass works, primarily using crystal (lead glass) since the mid-twentieth century.