- Bijoux sculptés
- Use of Champlevé & Plique-à -Jour enamel was unrivalled.
- Art Nouveau pioneer, leading jeweler of the Belle Epoque.
- Apprentice to Louis Aucoc at age sixteen.
- Studied graphic design in London.
- Worked with Auguste Petit.
- Designed fans, fabrics and wallpaper.
- Independent jewelry designer.
- Went into business with M. Varenne – signed Lalique et Varene, rue de Vaugirard 84
- Begins fabricating in the style that would make him famous.
- Boucheron buys ‘Flight of Swallows’ Parure.
- Exposition Universelle features his work anonymously in Vever and Boucheron’s displays.
- Begins to use glass
- Designer of jewelry for Sarah Bernhardt & Maison de l’Art Nouveau.
- Legion of Honour’s Croix de Chevalier.
- Lalique displays at Universal Exhibition (Paris) to great acclaim.
- Exposition Internationale des Arts Decoratifs et Industriels exhibits “The Springs of France”.
- Begins manufacturing objet and statuettes in the “Lalique” Style.
- Death of René Lalique.
- After his death, firm Run By Son Marc and later Marie-Claude.