R LALIQUE, FRANCE -COQ NAIN- COCKEREL ROOSTER TOPAZ GLASS CAR MASCOT FIGURE 1135

£2,500.00

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‘Coq Nain’

René Lalique (1860-1945), ‘Coq Nain’ (Crouching Cockerel), glass car mascot No. 1135, introduced on 10.2.1928. Rare fire-glow topaz tinted finish.

Reference: Marcihac no.1135, p.498. Weiner p.33.

Signed to base ‘R Lalique’ in moulded uppercase lettering with ‘France’ engraved in lowercase.

Measures 20.2cm high and is in very good overall condition with some apparent professional repolishing to the tail feathers and minor surface contact scratches to base. Please refer to illustrations.

 

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