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Rene Lalique Naiade Mascot

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Reference
500530AGXE
Height
13 cm (5")
Diameter
7 cm (2 3/4")
Rene Lalique opalescent glass Naiade Mermaid statuette paperweight/car mascot. A superb example in A1 condition.

Marcilhac page no 399, Model no 832, Introduced in 1920

Moulded mark R Lalique to the body.

Master glassmaker René Lalique (1860–1945) created his stunning car mascot (bouchons de radiateur) designs between 1925 and 1931. Their production ceased in 1940, a year after WWII had begun. René’s factory, Verrerie d’Alsace, in Wingen-sur-Mode was forced to close following German occupation of the Alsace region. René sadly passed away in May 1945, so did not live to see the end of the war, nor the subsequent re-opening of the factory by his son Marc. Marc resumed production of his father’s famous mascot designs using the original steel moulds which had the fortune of being preserved, in spite of the war. These post-war productions, however, were sold as paperweights and desk accessories.

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Height
13 cm (5")
Diameter
7 cm (2 3/4")
Period
ART DECO
Year
Circa 1920
Medium
Glass
Country
France
Signed
R. Lalique
Condition
A1