The ornament was originally designed by one Charles Sykes, commissioned by the automaker to give their cars an added sense of occasion. Back in the 1930s, the company mascot was also displayed in larger form in Rolls-Royce showrooms. The originals remain highly-coveted collectors' items, but an art studio in England is now offering reproductions of the original for enthusiasts.
The replica sculptures from Priory Fine Arts measure 26 inches tall and weigh a substantial 39 pounds. They're made of bronze and can be ordered as well plated in silver or gold, with a negotiable starting price of $3,150. Have a closer look in the image gallery below, or follow the links to the Priory and Hemmings Motor News websites to inquire.