Glass Mascots

1930s French:  Fish.

1930s French Fish, attributed to Etling Paris.  Edmond Etling company was founded after the First World War and was responsible for many popular ornaments in the interim war years.  Edmond Etling retail shop was situated in the hart of Paris at 29 rue du Paradis, from were he commissioned works of art in bronze, ceramics and glass.  Mostly attributed to French artists.  The glass pieces were usually made for Etling at the Choisy-le-Roi glassworks close to Paris.  The Etling company did not survive the Second World War, so their entire designs and production runs were made during the great heydays of Art Deco period.