C.1950's Lalique Pan and Nymph
Country Of Origin: France
Product Age: C.1950's
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This Lalique statuette features the god Pan, arm in arm with a nymph, perched on a rocky outcrop. The model's official title is "Faune". In classical mythology, Pan is the god of the wild, shepherds and flocks, hunting and music. He is also the companion to the nymphs (Nymphs were minor female deities of nature, each usually associated with a particular location).
This Lalique design dates to the post-war period of Lalique, and is the design work of Marc Lalique (Rene's son). The piece dates to c1950-70. The figurine measures approximately 14 cm (5.5") tall, and stands on an oval base 5 cm x 6 cm (2" x 2.25").
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