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Sunday, December 16, 2012


Well, I saw this one in 'Vegas:
But how about this?
"1994 Rolls-Royce Lalique mascot.
A Lalique Rolls-Royce Spirit of Ecstasy glass mascot. This numbered mascot is one of only 200 commissioned from Lalique by Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Limited in 1994, commemorating their 90th Anniversary. Complete with original certificate and signed by Lalique underneath the base. This ornament measures 7.5" / 19 cm tall and is in perfect/flawless condition. The entire series of these sold out in 1995 making these quite rare, especially in this condition."
Thanks for showing it to me Morry.
(Posted by David Irvine)


At 12:37 am, Anonymous GG Weiner said...

We have three RR mascots by Lalique, one still in its original grey box and slip cover with Rapidias certificate and Lalique waranty with it.Did you know Bentley have commissioned Chrystal Lalique to produce a flying 'B'mascot?

At 12:38 am, Anonymous said...

...however it may not be produced for 'general' sale, not sure right now?

At 12:00 am, Blogger Geoffrey George Weiner said...

...They have been on general sale since last year!

At 12:01 am, Blogger Geoffrey George Weiner said...

Interested in Lalique automotive mascots? Then go to

One of the finest collections in the world... and ALL are for sale!

At 12:09 am, Blogger Geoffrey George Weiner said...

... The new book title: "Unique Lalique Mascots" sub-title "The automotive radiator hood ornaments of master glass artisan R. Lalique (including auction realisation prices)" The collectors' hardback limited edition by G.G. Weiner, published by The Book Guild Ltd.

Get your copy now! At £35 plus £3 pp inland, £5 Europe and £10 for overseas air-mail. Contact The Lalique Gallery at the White Lion Garage, Clarendon Place, Kemp Town, Brighton, Sussex, BN2 1JA
(Vistors welcome but py prior appointment only as security devices as well as CCTV is in operation both inside and outside of the premises, the images are never passed onto any third party apart from any specific demand from the emergency services, where English law applies).


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