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Lalique Feature: Tête De Belier

Lalique Feature: Tête De Belier

One of the less common Lalique car mascots found on today’s market along with others from the collection such as the Renard, the Epsom and the Hibou, is the Tête De Belier, which translated into English means “Ram’s Head”.  Introduced in 1928, the Tête De Belier was...
Lalique Feature: Tete D’Epervier

Lalique Feature: Tete D’Epervier

At a diminuitive two and a half inches tall, the Tete D’Epervier, or Hawk Head as it’s called in English, is hard to describe without using the word cute. The smooth curve of the bird’s head meets a pointed beek and wide, alert eyes, and clear, distinct lines...
Lalique Feature: Tête D’Aigle

Lalique Feature: Tête D’Aigle

Tête d’Aigle is the renowned Eagle’s Head hood ornament, made famous as the statue often fitted to the cars of Nazi officers, although it is a shame that the regal car mascot is infamous for this reason instead of its magnificent design. First introduced in...
Lalique Feature: Sirène

Lalique Feature: Sirène

The sensuous Sirène, otherwise known as the small mermaid, is one of two Lalique car mascots that were initially sold as statuettes before they were repurposed for hood ornaments in the mid 1920’s. Sirène is the smaller of the two at approximately four inches high –...
Lalique Feature: Sanglier

Lalique Feature: Sanglier

The Sanglier, which means boar in English, is another of the more popular car mascots of the Lalique collection. Appealing no doubt to the hunting elite, it was produced and purchased in large numbers from its release in October, 1929. Standing at a little over three...