Based on the original 1933 design by René Lalique, the Mossi votive candleholder warms the room with its gold luster crystal. René Lalique founded his firm in Paris in 1888, and soon became a celebrated jeweler whose designs contributed significantly to the Art Nouveau movement at the turn of the century. In the 1920s, an order for perfume bottles led him to develop a glass-making technique that would endure as Lalique’s signature characteristics: iced surfaces, elaborate or partially realistic patterns in relief, and occasionally applied or inlaid color. 2 1/2" diam. x 2 3/4"H. Handcrafted in France.