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SWALLOW PAPERWEIGHT LALIQUE
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SWALLOW PAPERWEIGHT LALIQUE

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In 1925 René LALIQUE created his first car hood to decorate the finest cars of the era. From this date onwards, the “27 famous car mascots” were born, exquisite sculptures in glass, inspired by naturalism, which are highly sought-after today by the most dedicated art collectors.

In 1928 René LALIQUE wished to pay tribute to the French aviator Maryse Bastié and succeeded in doing so by creating the symbolic “Swallow”. In 2018, Lalique declines this iconic object in grey and gold luster finish.

DELIVERY TIME

European Union : shipping with GLS, the delivery time is about 5 days.
Outside the European Union : shipping with GLS, the delivery time is about one or two weeks, depending of the custom clearance.
You will receive an email from Vessière Cristaux with all the tracking informations. If you have urgent request, you can call us (+33.3.83.75.10.55) or contact Michaël by WhatsApp (+33.6.17.02.12.25).

WE PROVIDE INSURANCE FOR YOUR ORDER

With more than 138 years of experience, our export team takes the greatest care to package each order. A damaged product? We will send a new one. A lost parcel? We will send a new one. The shipping cost include an insurance break and lost.

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ENJOY TAXFREE

For a delivery outside the European Union, you can pay your order without VAT. Please, use the coupon code FREETAX into your cart.

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ADDITIONNAL INFORMATIONS

Discover swallow paperweight Lalique. In 1925 René LALIQUE created his first car hood to decorate the finest cars of the era. From this date onwards, the “27 famous car mascots” were born, exquisite sculptures in glass, inspired by naturalism, which are highly sought-after today by the most dedicated art collectors.

In 1928 René LALIQUE wished to pay tribute to the French aviator Maryse Bastié and succeeded in doing so by creating the symbolic “Swallow”. In 2018, Lalique declines this iconic object in grey and gold luster finish.