René Lalique Car Mascot – Ram’s Head, tête-de-bélier
Introducing the exquisite René Lalique Car Mascot #1136, Ram's Head (tête de bélier) a truly unique and luxurious piece, sure to captivate any high-end client. Crafted with the utmost attention to detail and made from the finest materials, this... Read More
René Lalique Car Mascot #1136 — the Ram’s Head (tête de bélier)
Introducing the exquisite René Lalique Car Mascot #1136, Ram’s Head (tête de bélier) a truly unique and luxurious piece, sure to captivate any high-end client.
Crafted with the utmost attention to detail and made from the finest materials, this car mascot exudes a sense of elegance and sophistication that is simply unmatched.
Designed by the legendary Rene Lalique, this Rams Head car mascot is a true work of art that embodies the designer’s signature style of blending naturalistic elements with Art Deco motifs. The intricate detailing on the piece showcases Lalique’s mastery of his craft, and the overall effect is one of timeless beauty that will never go out of style.
In A1 condition, this car mascot is not only a stunning decorative piece but also a symbol of power and prestige, with strong marks “R.Lalique France” embossed near the base. The regal ram’s head, a symbol of strength and leadership, will elevate any car it adorns and make a bold statement about the owner’s personality and taste.
Crafted from high-quality crystal, this car mascot is a true masterpiece that has been created with the utmost care and attention to detail. Its intricate design is sure to impress even the most discerning of clients, and it will be a treasured addition to any luxury car collection.
We are extremely proud to present this realistic-looking Rams Head to our collection of René Lalique’s beautiful mascots which embody the style and glamour of what was undoubtedly motoring’s most exciting era. Today they are works of art in their own right, stunning, decorative accessories as well as a worthwhile investment.
René Lalique Car Mascots
These wonderful Glass Lalique Car Mascots originally adorned many fabulous Prestigious Motor Cars in the 1930s. They would sit on the most esteemed, high-quality cars like the Bentley and the Rolls Royce. The Mascots were made as car hood ornaments that would light up in the night and glow. These were first introduced in the 1920s, by famous glassmaker René Jules Lalique, who started a company using his own name, which still creates fine glassware today.
With every purchase from Mark Goodger Antiques, you will receive our latest catalogue, a Certificate of Authenticity, detailed care instructions for your chosen piece and an independent invoice (for insurance purposes) will be enclosed. As well as being protected by a no-hassle, money-back policy, your piece will be entirely insured during the shipping process to ensure the safety of your item.