Posted 12 months ago
High Style Art Deco Car Mascots which could be used as bookends also.
These pieces are typical of esteemed works produced by the Editor D.I.M., Rue du Colisee, Paris. They made the most high end Art Deco bronze pieces and chromed a lot of them, mostly the car mascots.
Every work that I have seen by Editor D.I.M are the most stylized Art Deco pieces of any of the 1920's Paris bronze editors, bar none. They are extremely rare and would not surprise to retail at least for 5,000 each.
The fourth photo is from Michel Legrand's book, Mascottes Passion