Mark No.1 sandblasted in stencil circa 1926
Mark No.2 engraved
facsimile of Rene Lalique's
Mark No. 3 wheel cut after 1925
Mark No.4 Engraved mark after 1926 often with a number denoting the Lalique catalog number (not how many were produced)
Mark No.5 finely engraved
Mark No.6 molded in relief
Mark No.7 Intaglio
Mark No.8 molded in relief
Mark No.9 molded in relief
Mark No.10 molded in
Mark No.11 etched
Mark No.12 Verrerie
D'Alsace (VDA) mark used for a short time after factory opened
Mark No.13 Cristal Lalique mark, sand-blasted mark
Mark No.14 molded
Mark No.15 molded in relief
Mark No.16 engraved
If you see an item with the following markings...run the other way. These are not authentic Lalique signatures. These are generally found on brand new Czech perfume bottles. They are acid etched or inscribed with a diamond point by unscrupulous dealers. Buyer Beware!!
This signature is just dreadful, looks like it was molded into the design!
This next mark, I found on a new crystal perfume bottle made in China, it is unscrupulously signed Lalique on a font and style Lalique NEVER used.
Extremely fake mark often found on new Czech pieces
See how the font is slightly askew in these pictures?
The R doesnt even line up with Lalique
This was found on a satin glass powder box on ebay, definitely a fake signature.
Very crappy fake signature, looks like someone painted it on with a fake solution
The signature below doesn;t even say R. Lalique, It is a modern studio art glass piece signed and dated by its artist which I think is R. LeJaice and 1994.
Fake mark found on new Desna Czech bottle
Also, I found an ebay listing with this information: "I've searched every reference I have at my disposal & believe that this beautiful perfume bottle was made by Lalique. The glass is frosted, or has a satin finish & has an art deco design on 4 facets of the bottle. The stopper is glass with a cork & has a very unique design & shape. The bottom is embossed with the very old diamond Lalique mark. " The seller is misinformed, Lalique did not use a "diamond" shape as his marking, ever.
You may also find a ton of fake Lalique marks by going to a friend's site here: