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Note: Pan is a mythical god nature figure often associated with wild areas, mountains, meadows, shepherds, flocks and sex. Pan is also another of the mythological man-goat figures such as Faune. Pan has the horns, hindquarters, legs and feet of a goat. The word panic and likely the critical meaning of the word pan were derived from his name. And the Pan Flute is named after Pan, who was often depicted playing such an instrument.

Also Note: Here are other Lalique Pan themed models to compare/contrast his Pan implementations:  Decanter  Perfume Bottle  Vase

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Model No. 2174  Circa 1931
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