In 1925, René Lalique began the design of thirty car mascots to adorn the vehicles of the day. Originally made of glass, the Victoire Mascot is one of the most stunning of these figurines.
Designed in 1928, Victoire is a story of peace, created to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the November 11th, 1918 armistice of World War I. The suggestion of speed and movement is evident in Victoire's beautiful face. The artistic combination of satin-finish, clear crystal and light bring Victoire to life.