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Note: This decoration was created in the spring of 1930. In December of that same year Lalique created both a Caravelle Ashtray and Caravelle Seal that have a simpler but similar design and share the same name as this decoration. And 8 years later in 1938 on the occasion of a royal visit by King George VI to France in June, Lalique added seagulls (mouettes) to this design to create basically a lighted Caravelle avec Mouettes Decoration to accompany the Mouettes themed tableware (plates, glasses, and candleholders) that was presented to the King as a gift from the City of Paris.

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Model No. 1169  Circa 1930
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