PARIS — Lalique is marking its return to its roots.
The company, which stopped producing jewelry in 1903, is unveiling a fine jewelry collection and a lower-priced line playing on Art Nouveau and Art Deco themes that will be presented at the Baselworld watch and jewelry fair in March. “When Silvio Denz bought Lalique four years ago, reintroducing jewelry was part of his development strategy,” said Anne Kazuro, Lalique’s creative director of jewelry.
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