Lalique mascots.

Breves Lalique Galleries, London, England.
London, England : Breves Lalique Galleries, [n.d., 1930-1935?]
1 folded brochure : ill. ; 19 cm.
Other Authors: 
René Lalique et cie.
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Trade Catalogs
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Lalique mascots : the most beautiful & distinctive form of car decoration
Car mascots (hood ornaments) made by Lalique.
Brochure is not dated, however, Breves Lalique Galleries began selling Lalique in 1928, and began promotions for Lalique's car mascots in 1930.
Includes prices for lighted or unilluminated mascots.
Mascots include: "The Horses", "The Hawk's Head", "The Cock's Head", "Frog", "The Greyhound", "The Archer", "Peacock", "Spirit of the Wind", "Weeping Siren", "The Dragon Fly", "The Comet", "The Eagle's Head", "The Falcon", "The Blue Bird", "The Cockerel", "The Dragon Fly" (closed wings), "Lalique's latest "Femme Nue"", and "Saint Christopher".
Digitized by Boston Photo Imaging, April 2013 ; some pages digitized by Boston Photo Imaging, May 2014.