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Lalique marks its glassworks’ centenary with a new take on the iconic ‘Mossi’ vase – complete our reader survey for a chance to win one
This year, to mark the 100th anniversary of French glassmaker Lalique’s workshops in Wingen-sur-Moder, the company has launched a celebratory edition of its classic ‘Mossi’ vase in cerulean blue. And we’re offering you a chance to win one.
How to enter
For a chance to win a blue crystal ‘Mossi’ Lalique vase, simply complete this Wallpaper* Audience Survey. Comprising a few questions covering your interest in topics such as architecture interiors, fashion, art and travel, the survey will take approximately 15-25 minutes to complete – and we would be extremely grateful for your time and responses. Full details and terms and conditions of the draw can be found within the survey link above. Closing date 15 December 2022.
‘Mossi’ Lalique vase in cerulean blue
The ‘Mossi’ vase, which has six rings of clear cabochons studded on its satin-polished surface, is a hallmark of French glassmaker Lalique. Company founder René Lalique created the original glass vase in 1933, drawing inspiration from the Mossi people of West Africa, and anticipating a surge of popular interest in modernist design.
The vase has since been produced in crystal, in a choice of four colourways – clear, amber, gold lustre and black – now joined by this 100th-anniversary edition’s striking shade of blue (featured in the October 2022 issue of Wallpaper*, on newsstands today).
The new colour is achieved by a precise mix of copper oxide and manganese softened by phosphate, and a highly-controlled cooling down process, reflecting Lalique’s veneration of craft and pursuit of technical mastery.
At the company’s Wingen-sur-Moder workshops, its only production site, some 200 craftspeople create between 350,000 and 400,000 crystal pieces each year, with each piece involving up to 40 distinct steps during the making process. Works span from perfume bottles, jewellery and decorative objects to custom crystal designs, such as light installations, for architectural projects.
The ‘Mossi’ Lalique vase in cerulean blue crystal retails for £2,250. §