Lalique, Bloomie's to Hold Special Exhibit in N.J.

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HACKENSACK, N.J.-Lalique will showcase its range of home furnishings work in a special interior design exhibition that will take place at Bloomingdale's The Shops at Riverside here.

Featured in the exhibition is an array of furniture and lighting pieces including crystal tables, consoles, mirrors, chandeliers, sconces, lamps, architectural panels and other items. One highlight will be Lalique's Cactus Table, showcased alongside the Art Deco-inspired Orgue chandelier.

A special interior designer event will be held tomorrow evening from 6:30-8:30, and the exhibition will be open to the public now through April 6.

"We are thrilled to be bringing the Lalique architectural universe to Bloomingdale's Bergen County. Customers, architects and designers alike can see firsthand the artistry and know-how of Lalique craftsmanship and the wide range of possibilities that these Lalique products offer in any setting," said Maz Zouhairi, president of Lalique North America.

"Bloomingdale's and Lalique have built a longstanding partnership," said Joe Laneve, Bloomingdale's executive vice president and general merchandise manager of home furnishings. "We are excited to feature these timeless and unique pieces in Lalique's interior decoration exhibit for our customers at our Bergen County location for both our loyal shoppers and visitors to enjoy."

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