This CAR MASCOT (for sale here) is featured in the book title: Unique Lalique Mascots Vol. 3" sub-title: "The automotive radiator hood & desk ornaments of master glass artisan R. Included in this book is the fascinating history of the Rolls-Royce car mascot told by Lord Montagu of Beaulieu, who's Grandfather commissioned (in 1911) this world famous sculpture named'The Spirit of Ecstasy' by Charles Sykes, of which we have this fine example (for sale) as shown in the first six images complete with official certificate, it comes in its Lalique grey box with factory approval slip-card, its official personal certificate and full provenance from Rapiditas the.Appointed distributors, along with other related. Commissioned by Rolls-Royce which were to be produced for them by Christal Lalique et Cie as exclusive gifts.
They used the RR Silver Cloud mascot as inspiration to this design and size. Signed'Lalique registered France' in engraved scrolling script. A limited edition of 200 were produced in 1994 for the 90th anniversary of Rolls-Royce and given to selected loyal dealerships and privileged customers. Approximately 7 ½ inches / 190 mm. Note: None were again commissioned for the 100th anniversary and none have been produced since.
Apologies for my photos which don't do the very fine details justice here! Every minute aspect of this fine sculpture has been captured by the artist Charles Sykes. Most are still with dealerships, some in private collections and museums, some are damaged or chipped and have lost the certificate and boxes etc.In trading for over 40 years now this is only the fifth piece we've had through our hands, and is one of the very best pieces! Our example is almost mint condition, it has a very small scratch to the signature.
The most unusual feature of this piece is that it does not form part of the commercial edition, in that it was one of two factory prototypes that were later given to particular chosen loyal factory glass workers on their retirement, we. It from a French dealer who told us about the.Therefor it is very exclusive and unique! Note: Our example has a different and larger box to that shown in the two small images here, as the boxes vary. The AutoMobila The Collector's Resource magazine. To wish you & the staff a very Happy (and better) New Year! Many thanks for the latest newsletter. Glass Lalique car mascot in the form of the Rolls-Royce so called flying lady, known as. This was a special commission from RR for Lalique to produce a limited numbered edition of 200 pieces for the 90th. Of the company in 1994.
None were produced for the 100th. Strange as you would have thought that this was more important? Taking the larger example from the RR Silver Cloud series of cars, Lalique produced an exacting replica in. The underneath of the base had the.Number 1 to 200 engraved on it. They were dispatched in a grey Lalique branded. Box inside a foam cut-out shaped interior with a white slip-over cover. Each had a certificate from the company including the matching edition number.
Most were dispatched by the fine art firm. We have had several examples of the edition over many years of trading. The number, but is correctly signed in script. Ours being a unique piece with. But we are open to sensible offers?Series of books, in Vol. 3 this mascot is covered in detail. Our Gallery is closed in compliance with Government guide-lines until further notice, so we are trading exclusively on-line, however see this mascot and ALL of the mascots (hood ornaments) that you will be amazed by! Your feedback after viewing our up-dated 2021 website would be very much appreciated. A very Happy New Year!
A date for your diary to see us in. LALIQUE ID LEAFLET FOR SALE... This new Lalique 10 panel fold-out leaflet covers ALL of the inter-war Art Deco period car mascots, hood ornaments, desk ornaments, paperweights and trophies produced during the short period of 1925 to 1931, and marketed up until the German occupation of the Lalique glass moulding factory located in Alsace , France at Wingen-sur-Moder. Post WW2 the factory was re-opened by Marc the founders Son and the mascots were then marketed as Presse-Papiers (paperweights) in chrystal and the company was then (and still is) known as Cristal Lalique SA. If you are a keen collector or.
Gems and true'blue-chip' investment pieces then you should not be without this fine full colour leaflet to. Identify these unique collector's pieces which are fully described and detailed along with the period catalogue number and date of introduction of each piece. Shown here as the 10 panel fold-out leaflet... Every car mascot produced by Lalique during the inter-war period is shown here on this superb leaflet-brochure!
La magicien du verre: René. René Lalique (French, 18601945) was a master glass artisan working through both the Art Nouveau and Art Deco periods.The designs for these automotive mascots known as Bouchon de Radiateurs, were produced during the short Art Deco period from 1925 until 1931. Production ended with the ocupation of the Wingen-sur-Moder factory by the Germans who took over the Alsace region in 1940. Production began again in 1947 under the control of his son Marc, and then these were marketed as presse-papiers (paperweights or desk ornaments). Recently re-introduced for a short period and promoted as'Mascottes' from the 1990's through to 2015 and all have now been deleted from the range and their catalogue. Many books have been written on him and his glass etc.
But up to now none have the fully detailed information as set-out in these books! This is a (almost) five star review from The Book Guild.. 4.5 out of 5 stars.
2 of the series of books. A new book on the subject of collecting the René Lalique car mascots (hood ornaments) of the Art Deco period.Twentieth-century French glass designer René Lalique was known for his Art Deco creations of glass art, perfume bottles, vases, jewellery, chandeliers, clocks, and the unusual subject of this book car radiator cap ornaments. Stunningly beautiful and now highly collectible, these glass mascots range in design from a peacocks head to the goddess of speed, from a boar to an owl, from a fox to the Kings greyhound, some in clear, strikingly coloured glass, others frosted, some electrically illuminated and all with their Lalique provenance etched somewhere into the glass. In this book, Geoffrey George Weiner, a dealer and specialist in the subject, looks at each design in some detail, gives an idea of what it may be worth (depending on its condition and rarity). It's good to know that the author and expert on this subject is backed-up with a Forward by Lord Montagu of Beaulieu and a Preface by Eric Knowles of the BBC Antiques Roadshow. This book is a true mine of information by the very knowledgeable author who was head of the Automobilia Dept.
In the early days of this renown. I highly recommend this extraordinary detailed and fully illustrated work that one can dip into time & again, the only criticism is that the quality of the paper (compared to the 1st Edition) could be better. I'm looking forward to any further editions, so well done Mr Weiner. We (my Father & I) have been continually in business from the 1960's dealing at first in fine arms, amour and militaria along with (controversial) Third Reich regalia.
So moving to Brighton in the 1970's and renting various shops in the famous'Lanes' still trading in militaria. Then incorporating old children's pedal cars from an arcade shopping centre in nearby Rottingdean.Moving back to central Brighton in the 1990's and leasing a premises called'The Sentry Box' in Market Street, in the Lanes and then trading from various other outlets. Gradually dispensing with the militaria and trading in classic car memorabilia and automobilia incorporating Lalique car mascots into the inventory. We would like to introduce you to Geoffrey George Weiner, Auctionata expert in Lalique Car Mascots and Automobilia. Is an expert in Automobilia specializing in fine Lalique car mascots. He has been in the automotive business for over 30 years and previously dealt in arms and militaria prior to that.
His passion developed early at the tender age of 13 working for Roy Butler of the famed BBC Antiques Roadshow. His interests are diverse and include old toy pedal cars: he had built a collection of more than fifty. He now runs a collectors' club and Gallery in Brighton devoted to Lalique automotive mascots.He is also a consultant for the Miller's Collector's Cars price guide as well as their art, antiques and collectibles price guides. He has published several books on the subject of collecting, and is currently writing a third follow-up book on the subject of Lalique car mascots. He has appeared on many television programs and radio shows speaking on his areas of expertise. Weiner deals at this moment exclusively in the artwork of René Lalique (French, 18601945) being the designer of Art Deco glass car mascots, desk ornaments & paperweights, he is also an authority and author of books on this subject. He now feels it's time to'let go' of the mascots so others can enjoy them, and so semi-retire! See the full story on the Linkedin website. LALIQUE COLLECTION of AUTOMOTIVE MASCOTS or HOOD ORNAMENTS. These are the authentic period car mascot designs produced by the French Lalique factory during the short inter-war Art Deco era from 1925 thorough to 1931, and manufacture discontinued with the occupation of the factory by the Germans in 1940. Some of these were re-introduced in high-grade lead chrystal - hence the company is known as.
Post war up until recently. Are now deleted from the Lalique catalogue, so are now true collector's pieces! 28 different designs were produced including birds, animals, insects and his most famous nude females.
La magicien du verre: René Lalique. The designs for these automotive mascots known as.Were produced during the short Art Deco period from 1925 until 1931. Recently re-introduced for a short period and promoted as. From the 1990's through to 2015 and with the Swiss takeover of the company in 2008 by A. Silvio Dence (an avid Lalique perfume bottle collector who has one of the finest collections in the world) nearly all the former mascots (since marketed and produced in christal as paperweights) have now been deleted from the range and their catalogue. Hence they can only increase in value! #A date for your diary to see us in The Premier Suite at Brighton Racecourse Grandstand Freshfield Road, Kemp Town, Brighton, Sussex, BN2 9XZ... The Antiques, Collectables and Vintage Fair on Sunday 11th October 2020. So see you next year!
In the Brighton Racecourse Pavilion which includes entry into The Premier Suite for the Lalique Car Mascots Exhibition - The author G. 175 indoor stalls bristling with great items. Free parking & close to M23/A23, A27 and rail. Swing singer Steve Conway performing.Refreshments available including a licensed bar. Please visit The Love Fairs website for more details. > Please note that the BBC TV Flog It. Antiques programme may be filming during this event. The book launch and author signing of the new Lalique automotive hood ornaments book along with an impressive display of the car mascots featured in the book, supplied by a loan exhibition from members of The Lalique Mascot Collectors' Club, along with an author signing of the book by G.
Weiner in The Premier Suite throughout the day. Entry to The Premier Suite is included with your ticket.
We look forward to seeing you NEXT YEAR, as this has sadly been cancelled regarding Government regulations concerning the numbers of people gathering inside one area due to the pandemic. He has published several books on the subject of collecting, and is currently writing a second follow-up book on the subject of Lalique car mascots. Weiner deals at this moment exclusively in the artwork of René Lalique (French, 18601945) being the designer of Art Deco glass car mascots, desk ornaments & paperweights. Geoffrey George Weiner lives and works in Brighton & London... His semii-retirement collection is now offered for sale below...
Les dessins pour ces mascottes automobiles connus sous le nom de Bouchon de Radiateurs ont été produits pendant la courte période Art Déco de 1925 à 1931. La production s'est terminée par l'occupation de l'usine de Wingen-sur-Moder par les Allemands qui ont repris la région d'Alsace en 1940.La production a recommencé en 1947 sous le contrôle de son fils Marc, puis ceux-ci ont été commercialisés sous forme de presse-papiers (papier peint ou ornements de bureau). Récemment réintroduits pendant une courte période et promus comme «Mascottes» de la 1990 à 2015 et tous ont été supprimés de la gamme et de leur catalogue. Beaucoup de livres ont été écrits sur lui et son verre, etc. Mais jusqu'à présent, aucun n'a les informations détaillées telles que définies dans ces livres! Le nouveau livre de mascottes de Lalique sera disponible le mois prochain. Cependant, nous avons une poignée de la 1ère édition de ce livre à vendre ici. Cependant, les quelques copies que nous avons laissées sont très spéciales car elles sont signées par l'auteur et peuvent être dédiées (au choix des acheteurs) avant l'envoi. Les trois premières photos montrent le livre que nous vendons ici maintenant (la 1ère édition). Les autres photos montrent la 2ème édition (avec des exemples de contenu) qui peuvent être commandés et réservés dès maintenant (voir ci-dessous).. Remarque: Si vous souhaitez que l'auteur des livres soit signé et dédié, veuillez nous en informer lorsque vous commandez. Aussi avec votre commande, vous obtiendrez un dépliant de pré-commande détaillant ce nouveau livre et son contenu... Soyez le premier à avoir ce nouveau Vol. Regardez qu'il est prévu en octobre! La deuxième (Vol 2) du titre: "Unique Lalique Mascots" sous-titre: Le capot du radiateur automobile et les ornements de bureau du maître verre artisan R. Lalique (y compris les prix de réalisation des enchères avec guide des valeurs du marché) par G. Weiner avec un Avant-propos par (le présent) Lord Montagu de Beaulieu et une préface du spécialiste BBC Antiques Roadshow Eric Knowles.
Produite et publiée par The Grosvenor House Publishing Co. Donc, commandez votre copie maintenant pour éviter toute déception! Cette édition de suivi complète la première édition publiée par The Book Guild Ltd, qui était dans une édition limitée de 500 exemplaires seulement, et était toujours disponible à un prix! 2 couvre en profondeur et beaucoup plus de détails sur tous les aspects des mascottes automobiles, y compris la description non publiée et les images des éprouvettes et prototypes de couleurs d'usine. Il a également reposé les nombreuses rumeurs qui abondent concernant «The King's Greyhound», la commission spéciale unique pour SAR le Prince George, plus tard pour devenir le roi George V1 de GB.
Des informations sur des pièces modernes, des faux sur le marché, où chercher et voir ces mascottes, ainsi que des informations sur la façon de s'en occuper. Voir les détails en détail des nombreuses signatures variées utilisées à différentes périodes de production. Des valeurs actualisées et des prix de réalisation aux enchères, des valeurs, etc. Vous disposez de toutes les informations vitales dont de nombreux spécialistes et maisons de ventes deviendront désormais accessibles, malheureusement dans leurs descriptions...Vue d'ensemble CV (avec la permission de'Auctionata' la société allemande de maisons de ventes aux enchères en ligne). Nous souhaitons vous présenter Geoffrey George Weiner, expert en Auctionata chez Lalique Car Mascots et Automobilia. Est une experte chez Automobilia spécialisée dans les mascottes automobiles Lalique.
Il a travaillé dans le domaine de l'automobile depuis plus de 30 ans et a déjà travaillé dans des armes et des militats avant cela. Sa passion s'est développée au début de l'âge doux de 13 ans travaillant pour Roy Butler du célèbre BBC Antiques Roadshow.À la fin des années 1970, Geoffrey a travaillé dans son magasin de Kingston-upon-Thames vendant toutes sortes de militaria avec automobilia, principalement des badges automobiles et des mascottes. Ses intérêts sont diversifiés et comprennent d'anciennes voitures à pédales à jouets: il a construit une collection de plus de cinquante. L'un d'entre eux était un ordre spécial fait en cadeau d'anniversaire pour SAR le Prince William de sa mère (la fin) Lady Diana, princesse de Galles tout depuis longtemps vendu! Il dirige maintenant un club de collection et une galerie à Brighton consacrée aux mascottes automobiles de Lalique. Weiner a conseillé de nombreuses maisons de vente aux enchères et a travaillé comme conseiller automobilia pour une maison de vente aux enchères bien connue au Royaume-Uni.
Don't forget to put us in your favourites! As well as CCTV is in operation both inside & outside our premises (please note that the images are never given to any third party and can only be used by the emergency services and selective authorities on specific demand, where English law applies). "Greetings from the staff: Geoff, the two Tony's, David & Yaz at The Lalique Gallery".Company registration certificate number A/E/96/SWC7. See the books for reference. Weiner Unique Lalique Mascots Vol. However if you just wish to have the leaflet showing this mascot and the 29 others then read on below.. Where the catalogue number is quoted this refers to Lalique's own catalogue issue number of the period. Of car mascots & related items, now offered for sale as follows. Weiner Reserve Collection de mascottes de voiture et articles connexes, maintenant proposés à la vente comme suit. In typical Art Deco Cubist style, which is correctly factory signed underneath the base acid etched'R. Lalique, France' (in block capitals). A superb sculpture in clear & frosted glass, that was produced with this double plinth stepped base. It is a desk ornament or paperweight marketed as such but also seen as a car mascot. A true collector's item and a unique.
An excellent clear and frosted glass figure of a standing elephant with very fine hand finished detail, the frosted glass body raised on a clear circular glass double plinth base. Signed engraved'R Lalique France'. Lalique France under the base.
Date introduced: Mar 30, 1931. Dimensions: 8.5 cm high. Reference books: Felix Marcilhac Catalogue Raisonné Page 391, G.Weiner'Unique Lalique Mascots' Page 101. Materials: Hand Finished Frosted Glass.
We are also able to obtain the very limited edition of the. Series of car mascots mounted onto unique'EB' signed chrome metal bases, please enquire. Weiner Reserve Collection de mascottes de voiture et articles connexes, maintenant proposés à la vente comme suit: 1. By Lalique In typical Art Deco Cubist style, which is correctly factory signed underneath the base acid etched'R.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Height: 8.5 cm. A glass mascot by René Lalique, introduced on 14/3/1928, No.
1138 in clear and frosted glass with a sepia tint, signed moulded in relief'R. LALIQUE' (very feint) within the neck feathers and'FRANCE' on the opposite side, retaining original yellowish age patination. See the reference books: Marcilhac no. A glass mascot by René Lalique, introduced on 21/11/1928, No.1139 in the rare amethyst tint, signed moulded in relief'LALIQUE FRANCE' on lower edge of neck, with distinctive double tailed'q' in the signature, with contemporary Breves Galleries style metal lighting display desk mount, and period silvered plinth. A pre war glass mascot by René Lalique, introduced on 1/3/1928, No.
1142 in clear and frosted glass, signed moulded in relief'R. LALIQUE' in large block capitals with a smaller'FRANCE' to the lower left, with contemporary metal base ring and mounted onto a wooden display stand Height with ring 12cm.Of which we have another very good post war example as above description (without a display stand mount). This has a'Made in France' label applied to the underneath of the base. Perfect condition apart from a very minor nick to the base. A glass mascot by René Lalique, introduced on 10/2/1928, No. 1143 in clear and frosted glass, signed moulded in relief with large block capitals'R.
LALIQUE' and smaller block capitals'FRANCE' on the rear of the circular base, on an original Breves Galleries lighting display base and display plinth Height 18.3cm with mount, 23.3 overall. 1143 in clear and frosted glass with a slight amethyst tint, signed moulded in relief with large block capitals'R. LALIQUE' and smaller block capitals'FRANCE' on the rear of the circular base, with an original Breves Galleries split screw mount and later plinth Height 14.2cm.
A glass mascot by René Lalique, introduced on 20/4/1929, No. 1158 in clear and frosted glass, signed moulded within the base support of the fish'R. LALIQUE FRANCE' and counter signed engraved'LALIQUE FRANCE' underneath the base, Height 10cm.
1158 a post-war version in opalescent light milky-blue glass, signed engraved'Lalique France' underneath the base, Marcilhac no. 1158 in opalescent orange yellow glass, signed wheel-cut'R. Lalique France' to one side, Marcilhac no.
1667 (1980 - 2016) which was originally produced as a paperweight-desk ornament (discontinued), however it has been frequently seen at auto shows and Concours de Elegance mounted onto the cars radiator cap as a'mascot', Height 12cm Weiner Vol. Exposition Des Oeuvres De R. Exhibition plaque, introduced in 1928, in green tinted clear and frosted glass, Marcilhac p. Exhibition plaque, introduced in 1931, in green tinted clear and frosted glass, for a slightly smaller version see Marcilhac p.
105, 10 x 13.5cm. Cost me Euros 5,500 in Paris in 2015. A Lalique Perspex display stand for an A4 advertising poster 19.75cm x 12cm. A Perspex'LALIQUE' shop counter or window display label 7cm.A Perspex'LALIQUE' block display stand for any mascot, desk ornament etc. Factory produced Lalique boxes with sponge inners for mascots, desk ornaments etc. Glass display label 12.5cm.
Display label with raised gilt lettering 10 x 10cm. A Lalique factory produced large pressed glass wall hanging advertising display shield-plaque depicting an acid etched.Complete with the original hanging chains. This being an inter-war period piece displayed in a high-end Lalique boutique-outlet (sizes, images and details on request). Another similar but of a different shape depicting an acid etched. Both of these are extremely rare survivors of the period and are now sought after collectors items (sizes, images and details on request). A Lalique grey laminated wood display case with plate-glass top and front, having graduated draws which can display pieces for customers to view. Also having shallow but full length storage draws as well. It incorporates an electric illuminating'LALIQUE' sign. An upright Lalique grey laminated wood display cabinet with opening plate glass door having glass shelves and incorporating a large storage container that opens at the base. This incorporates an electric illuminating LALIQUE sign at the top. A glass mascot by René Lalique, introduced on 17/9/1929, numbered in a limited edition in opalescent milky-blue glass, signed in script'Lalique, France' and with engraved limited edition number, boxed with certificate, now discontinued, Marcilhac no. A glass mascot by René Lalique, introduced on 17/9/1929, No. 1160 this is circa 1930 in opalescent milky-blue glass, signed in intaglio'R. Lalique, France' and in a superb opalescent milky-blue with a fire-glow centre when held up to a light, Marcilhac no. / Victory or Spirit of the Wind. A glass mascot by René Lalique, introduced on 18/4/1928, numbered in a limited edition in opalescent milky-blue glass, signed in script'Lalique, France, engraved with limited edition number TO15', boxed with certificate, now discontinued, Marcilhac no. A glass car mascot by René Lalique, introduced on 21/3/1931, as Lalique catalogue No. 1183 in clear & frosted glass with a silky grey satin finish, signed in block stencil'R. Lalique France' in the middle of the underneath the base, Marcilhac no. A glass mascot by René Lalique, introduced on 21/3/1931, No. 1183 in satin and clear glass, stencil signed'R.
LALIQUE' with smaller'FRANCE' to the underside, Marcilhac no. A glass paperweight by René Lalique, re-introduced, numbered in a limited edition in opalescent milky-blue glass, boxed with certificate, now discontinued, signed in script'Lalique France engraved with its limited edition number around the base, Marcilhac no.
A glass mascot by René Lalique, introduced on 12/6/1929, No. 1152A in clear and satin glass, signed moulded'R.
LALIQUE' to one side of the neck and'FRANCE' to the other, Marcilhac no. A rare edition of the'double mane' design that had a short production run of just three months that finished on 10/9/1929. 1152B in clear and satin glass, signed moulded'R.
A glass mascot by René Lalique, introduced on 3/10/1929, No. 11802 a discontinued version in clear and frosted glass, signed in script under the base'Lalique France', Marcilhac no.A glass mascot by René Lalique, introduced on 23/5/1928, No. 1100393 in amethyst tinted glass, signed in script'R. Lalique France' to the side of the tail along with'R. Lalique France' moulded in block capitals signature to the lower body. Renard / Fox was one of the last pre-war mascots designed in 1930 as a very complex and painstaking production with delicate time consuming finishing. It was very expensive (as was Hibou the Owl).
Please enquire for a condition report with price. 1,000 limited hardback edition.
This can be signed by the author. With all good wishes G. Or with any other dedication required (If you wish to have this, then please request this with your order). A group of Lalique flyers and related books, along with good reference works by Bonhams, Christie's, Sotheby's etc.
A recent magazine on subscription. This cover all manner of motoring memorabilia including a good article on collecting the car mascots of R. A large quantity of various flags, Union Jacks, Cross of St. George, George & Dragon national flag, bunting etc.Various classic car magazines, automotive posters and related reference ephemera. Please contact me if you are interested to have more information with images of any of the above listed items, which will be on display at the next event listed below. Please contact me if you are interested to have more information with images of any of the above listed items, which will be on display at the next event listed below.. # A date for your diary to see us in The Premier Suite at Brighton Racecourse Grandstand Freshfield Road, Kemp Town, Brighton, Sussex, BN2 9XZ... We look forward to seeing to there! Please do contact me if you are interested to have images with details for any of the above. LALIQUE ID LEAFLET-BROCHURE FOR SALE. Shown here as the 10 panel fold-out Leaflet-brochure... Every car mascot produced by Lalique during the inter-war period is shown here on this superb leaflet! ALWAYS WANTED: Lalique Hibou / Owl and Renard / Fox car mascots, we would pay the highest cash price for these and other rare examples. The item "ROLLS-ROYCE GLASS CAR MASCOT DESK HOOD ORNAMENT TROPHY FRENCH byCRlSTAL LALIQUE" is in sale since Monday, July 22, 2019. This item is in the category "Pottery, Porcelain & Glass\Glass\Art Glass\French\Lalique". The seller is "cars11geff" and is located in Brighton, East Sussex. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom.