Lalique produced approximately 30 different car mascots models from 1920 to 1931 some of which are still in production. These sometimes where also sold as paper weights and bookends with variant bases.
Mascots where usually sold without mountings and in clear glass though some were sold in opalescent and a very few in color.
A major retailer in the 1920s and 1930s was the Breves Galleries in London; many mascots of the period have an ingenious chrome lighting base marked with the Breves Galleries name.
Recently, mascot frauds include irradiation to change the color from colorless or slight purple Lalique glass to deep purple. Unauthorized mascot copies have also been produced in Eastern Europe.
Examples of desirable Lalique car mascots