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Note: Trois paons is French for three peacocks.

Also Note: In 1919 Lalique created two mirrors of identical size and form. Both are round, both are 16 cm, and both have a bulging handhold on the reverse incorporated into the design. The first has a design of 2 goats and is named Deux Chèvres. The second has a design of 2 birds and is called Deux Oiseaux. This mirror was a third mirror created at the same time that is the same size, but it has a tassel hold incorporated into the reverse instead of the bulging handle. Two years later in 1921, Lalique created a second tassel hold mirror like this one, but with a design of lilies of the valley that's called Muguets. Muguets would be the last installment in this four mirror mini-series.

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Model No. 679  Circa 1919
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