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20th Century Lalique Frosted Clear Crystal Rooster Figurine Sculpture

20th Century Lalique Frosted Clear Crystal Rooster Figurine Sculpture

Regular price $ 300.00 USD
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If you were a big spender in the 1920s, you may have seen this glisten on the hood of a luxury vehicle! Originally designed by René Lalique to adorn radiator caps, "Le Coq Nain" or bantam rooster, is as detailed as it is dynamic. Though this cast was done around the 1950s and likely never appeared on a car, it still carries the same detail and dynamics as the original. Even stationary, this decorative sculpture radiates with light!

Collector’s Notes:

The bottom is signed “Lalique (r) France". Has one sticker "Made in France". Expected wear wear for age. No visible damage. Likely midcentury production of the mascot.

Lalique "Le Coq Nain"; one design of René Lalique's car mascots. These glass mascots would adorn the radiator caps of luxury cars in 1920s -40s. 

Condition: Very Good - Excellent

Size: 8 1/8” high; 5 1/2” wide; 2 3/4” deep

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