Haute couture collection

A collection of limited editions
from the archives of Baccarat

Liqueur Cabinet

PAVILLON LIQUEUR – 1878 - LIQUEUR CABINET
Mirroring the sumptuous Temple of Mercury displayed at the Universal Exhibition of 1878 in Paris, in that same year Baccarat imagined a liqueur cabinet in the shape of an ancient rotunda. An equally exceptional piece consisting of a cupola surrounded by four columns and a top tray majestically holding four Harcourt decanters and twelve Compiègne glasses. Sculpted entirely by award-winning Master Craftsman (Meilleur Ouvrier de France), the piece is adorned with bronze mounts, also produced in Baccarat's own workshops. A genuine masterpiece, in a limited edition of only 18, for top collectors to step inside the Baccarat legend.
Limited edition of 18 copies.
Price : €130,000.

Beaune 1878 Decanter

CARAFE BEAUNE - 1878 - DECANTER
On display at the Paris Universal Exhibition in 1878, the Beaune decanter perfectly illustrates the high-precision skills of Baccarat gilders. Composed of wreathes of acanthus flowers and leaves rolled up in Louis XV style, the fine gold raised relief is applied by hand, coat after coat. The added challenge is the blown hollow top that crowns this exceptional piece, a symbol of the art of entertaining Baccarat style.
Limited edition of 18 pieces.
Price : €12,000.

Palmettes cup - 1905

COUPE PALMETTES - 1905 - CUP
A brilliant testimony to the know-how of Baccarat cutters, the Palmettes bowl with its diamond trim add extra glitter to the crystal. Deep cut in thick crystal by a Master Craftsman, each motif is designed to bring out the intensity of red crystal. This emblematic colour, obtained through the slow fusion of clear crystal and 24-carat gold powder, enhances the Maison's most exceptional pieces, of which the Palmettes cup is definitely one.
Limited edition of 25 copies.
Price : €7,500.

Envol vase

ENVOL - 1931 - FLIGHT
Then suddenly the wild swans take to the air… Created by Georges Chevalier in 1931, this exceptional vase recalls the Japanese-inspired pieces by Baccarat from the 1870s. The vase's uncluttered shape enhances the impression of teeming life disturbed by the flight of birds. A naturalistic decor adorned with touches of gold created with the virtuosity of Baccarat engravers and gilders.
Limited edition of 25 pieces.
Price : €9,500

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Decorative butterfly

PAPILLON - 1904 - BUTTERFLY
In 1904, the floral aesthetics of the Art Nouveau style inspired Baccarat to create a series of bowls in the shape of a chrysalis, a butterfly and a dragonfly. Lined with gold red crystal, the butterfly shines with the infinite shades of colour of her iridescent wings, hand-crafted by Baccarat's award-winning Master Craftsmen.
Limited edition of 25 pieces.
Price : €6,000

napkin holders Leo

LEO - 1878
By the end of the 18th century, domestic staff started to become a rarity. Little by little, dinner tables would be strewn with glasses, decanters, dishes and napkin holders in the form of cylindrical boxes in which napkins would be folded ready for use. Baccarat transformed this "utilitarian" object into an exceptional item with its innate know-how in enameling, gilding and engraving. The stem enhanced with a lion's head became one of that period's emblematic pieces while enameled and gilded motifs evoke the beauty of the Damascus glass manufacturers of the Middle Ages.
Limited edition of 18 pieces.
Price : €8,500.

Haute couture collection

A collection of limited editions
from the archives of Baccarat

Iris vase

IRIS
Presented at the International Exhibition of Eastern France in Nancy in 1909, the Iris vase is part of the floral repertoire of the Art Nouveau movement. The flower, which bears the name of the celebrated messenger of the gods from Greek mythology, delights for its beauty. In full bloom, it majestically unfolds across the whole surface of the vase. Cut, wheel-engraved and painted with polychrome enamels, this masterpiece is a genuine demonstration of technical brilliance.
Limited edition of 50 copies.
Price : €8.000.

Saint Petersbourg decanter

SAINT PETERSBOURG - 1905
Chandeliers, monumental candelabras and glass services, life at the Court of Saint Petersburg glittered in the light of Baccarat crystal. Created in 1905, the Saint Petersburg decanter illustrates the legendary passion the Russians have always shown for Baccarat's unique know-how. The decanter and top, both blown with exceptional skill, are crafted in clear crystal lined with midnight blue crystal. The wheel-cut geometric patterns become dazzling sources of light.
Limited edition of 18 pieces.
Price : €12.000.

Arizona cup

COUPE ARIZONA - 1930
In the pure tradition of the creations by Georges Chevalier, Baccarat's first artistic director, the Arizona bowl is an example of Baccarat modernity. The geometry of the patterns’ essential lines, deeply transcribed into the thickness of the crystal, produce original plays on light. Applied to clear crystal lined with blue, these incisive cut effects accentuate the radiance of the material. The sophistication of the trim blends with the purity of the silhouette, striking a perfect balance.
Limited edition of 10 copies.
Price : €6.500.

Decorative object Agrion Joli

L’AGRION JOLI - 1904
In 1904, the floral aesthetics of the Art Nouveau movement inspired Baccarat to create a series of bowls in the shape of a chrysalis, a butterfly or a dragonfly. Lined with cobalt-blue crystal, the scintillating dragonfly is the embodiment of lightness and light: it hovers over streams, delivering to the sun the infinite shades of its wings as it heralds the advent of summer.
Limited edition of 25 pieces.
Price : €5.000.

Serviteur Muet

SERVITEUR MUET, 1909
Influenced by the style and codes of the 18th century, Baccarat presented this Dumb Waiter at the International Exhibition of Eastern France in Nancy in 1909. Four gilded bronze putti, whose arms form a gracious garland, lightly carry the elaborately cut crystal cup and vase in an everlasting dance of joy.
Limited edition of 18 pieces.
Price : €25.000.

Les Oies Celestes vase

LES OIES CÉLESTES, 1878
Created for the Universal Exhibition of Paris in 1878, this vase draws its inspiration from oriental decoration and the ceramics of Iznik. Adorned with a trim painted with polychrome enamels and gold, this exceptional piece perfectly illustrates the high-precision hand-work of the Baccarat gilders. Messengers between heaven and earth, the Celestial Geese, complete their long journey and settle in the garden of Eden that, in the moment of their appearance, becomes covered with flowers and gold. Limited edition, 12 pieces. Price : £9,100