Chandeliers, floor candelabra and sconces are adorned with “champagne draped-prisms” reminding us long pearl necklaces, draped dresses of Charleston dancers. This collection also pays tribute to the creations of Georges Chevalier, his boldness and genius in particular through Jets d’eau collection. The latter is also in the history of the Maison Baccarat and its private mansion. Indeed, Marie-Laure de Noailles, the owner of this place during this period, was actively involved in the expansion of this movement conducive to creativity, art and renewal. In this spirit the Charleston chandelier has been chosen to adorn the first Baccarat Hotel in New York. The color is a main element in the creation of this new collection. "Charleston" is characterized by a champagne color that plunges us into the splendor and atmosphere of the Roaring Twenties. As the legendary gilded red, Baccarat champagne color is obtained thanks to the union of gold and crystal.