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Rene Lalique Statue Climene Source De La Fontaine: 54 cm total height including original wooden base that has a 1965 presentation inscription from Victoria Braithwaite** glass R. Lalique Statue of a fish and water motif bowed head female. Lot No. 0110 Est: AUD5000 - 8000. Model: 844 Circa 1924.

Also a Fleurs D'Amour aluminum powder box for Roger et Gallet as Lot 0557.

**The most famous Victoria Braithwaite ever was born in 1967 and died in 2019 when only 52 years old. So it's certainly not her as she was not born yet in 1965 so probably not making inscriptions to anyone:) But because we missed that little detail (our pathetic excuse is that we were taken in by the fish and water motif of the statue) we included all the following info in this listing just in case it was her. We decided to make the correction and leave the info so readers will know it's not her, and also because the info itself is pretty interesting. Victoria Braithwaite was a British Scientist and a Professor at Penn State University. She was the first person to demonstrate that fish are sentient; they can feel things and specifically they can feel pain. Her finding had a huge impact on animal welfare research, and fish handling all over the world. Here is a link to a thought provoking article she wrote that appeared in the Los Angeles Times in 2006.

New Zealand - Wellington - Maginnity Street info@dunbarsloane.co.nz +64 44721367 Date of Sale: 2021-10-27 Sales Results: The statue made AUD33,740 all-in, except for any GST (taxes).   Dunbar Sloane Wellington https://www.dunbarsloane.co.nz/

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