Glass Mascots

R. Lalique:  Tête Dáigle (Eagle's Head).

French Name: Tête Dáigle Eagle's Head, clear and frosted glass mascot by René Lalique.  R.LALIQUE moulded signature in relief in a parting between the lower neck feathers immediately above the mounting base.  Also FRANCE is moulded in relief in another parting of the lower neck feathers above the base the letters.  N.B:  This pre-war Lalique mascot was only ever marked in this way and is a genuine pre-war example.  It is said that this style of mascot was much in favour with German officers and often used on their staff and private vehicles.  Introduced:  14th March 1928.  Catalogue No:  1138.  Dimensions:  107mm high.