Offered here is a stunning, circa 1926 Rene Lalique Mulhouse pattern water goblet. The pattern is named after a city in eastern France near the Swiss and German borders. The goblet has a very Art Deco aesthetic with a a wreath on the stem that has what appear to be frosted berries and clear leaves. The rest of the stem is flat and rectangular. The effect is unique as well as stunning. The crystal is egg shell thin and in excellent condition with no cracks, chips, or repairs. There are a few very tiny bubbles in the bowl. The goblet is 6 1/4” tall and has a diameter of 3 3/4” at the top. There are several sizes of goblets so please measure yours for an exact match. It is marked on the bottom with an engraved R. Lalique. The Lalique collectors website states that this pattern is not known to have been reproduced. It is a fine example of Lalique stemware. We have more of these. Please email us with any questions. We have been in business for thirty years. Your satisfaction is quaranteed.