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Note: We have this model in the Catalogue only so that anyone can find it and read the following statement.

We do not believe that the atomizers shown on this page were made by Rene Lalique. We have not seen any documentation to verify that Lalique was the designer or the manufacturer of this model. The only credence it gets is because it's listed in the catalogue raisonne. However in that listing it says there is a molded signature. We have never seen an example with a molded R. Lalique signature or any credible signature for Lalique of any kind. There is also at least one period advertisement that describes the atomizer as "Lalique-esque'. The only other possibility is that Lalique did make a run of these for Corday with the molded signature, and then as we've seen several times with other perfumers, Corday had more bottles made by an unknown 3rd party glassmaker. Of course, for this to be true, you might expect an original example with a molded signature as stated in the catalogue raisonne would have appeared by now. And in any event, it would make the unsigned bottles shown here to be later copies. We would not recommend acquiring this model unless or until some evidence appears confirming the involvement of Lalique.

Also Note: The listing from December 2019 shows a view of each of the three panels in the glass.

Also Note: The atomizer has appeared with "MADE IN FRANCE" molded in the glass to the underside and also with a sticker saying "CORDAY Made In France Pat. Pend. PARIS" on the underside. We have also seen "MADE IN FRANCE" along the edge of the underside along with CORDAY in the center of the underside. In the metal it's either "MADE IN FRANCE/BREVETÉ S.C.D.G." or "BREVETÉ S.C.D.G." along with CORDAY PARIS PATENT PENDING In U.S.A.

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Model No. Corday-Atomizer-1  Circa 1928
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