Our photo album
Naiade (Large Mermaid) introduced in 1920, which is the largest version that was used and adapted as a car mascot in 1925.
Comete showing close-up detail of the intaglio 'R. Lalique' signature with engraved 'France'' (which is signed after the casting) underneath.
Levrier (Greyhound) in clear & frosted finish, mounted onto a chromed metal Breves Galleries desk display base.
Cote d'Azur overnight train trophy In clear & frosted satin finish, showing part of the presentation inscripion in itaglio around the base in.
Hirondelle (Swallows) pair of bookends produced in christal. Modern but since discontinued from thjeir catalogue range.
Cote d'Azur overnight train trophy In clear & frosted satin finish, showing part of the presentation inscripion in itaglio around the base in (background promo brochure).
Epsom (straining horse head) in clear & frosted glass with a satin finish. Mounted onto a Breves Galleries metal illuminating radiator base. It also has the screw & nut base holder.
Longchamp 'A' (Horse Head) this is the 2nd version with a single mane. This is in clear satin glass.
Tete de Paon (Peacocks Head). One in black and the other in cowbalt blue colour. Modern pair boxed with certificates (long discontinued).
Levrier (Greyhound) in clear & frosted finish mounted onto a Breves Galleries metal illuminating radiator base.
Vitesse (Goddess of Speed) in clear & frosted glass with a grduated light to dark opalescent milky blue finish having an ornage fire-glow core.
(Damaged) Renard (Fox) as a factory test piece in an experimental grey colourd frosted glass - This was a non comercial piece.
Vitesse (Goddess of Speed) in clear & frosted glass with a fine and hard to achieve factory artisan milky-blue opalescent finish and with an orange fire glow core. Correctly signed in intaglio around the base 'R Lalique France'.
Renard Car Mascot by Lalique introduced onto the market on 9th December 1930 as Lalique catalogue number 1182. Renard (Fox) Car Mascot produced by Lalique in 1930 to 1941 (with the German occupation of the factory in the Alsace region of France). Mascot production continued until the death ofder) R....
In this album you’ll find a collection of some of our best photos. We hope you enjoy them!