Smelled rather similar to Bvlgari Omnia to my nose without the white chocolate note and with an *interesting note of dill (which in turn reminds me of vetiver without the earthy bitterness). Another one that comes close is Lanvin Vetyver L'Homme (2003).
I wouldn't call Eau de Lalique as an aquatic scent. On the Perfumeworld.net it's described as belonging to the Oriental Spicy olfactory family, but to my nose it ain't that oriental either. I would classify it to the same family as Vetyver L'homme (Aromatic Tonic). Longevity was great - I could still detect it
after 8 hours!