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Damsel-fly pendant. Rene Lalique (1860-1945). Ca 1900. Yellow gold, aquamarine, plique-a-jour and diamond.xm

Love this ~ Yellow gold necklace adorned with a pendant of two facing dragonflies, resting on a cushion-cut aquamarine, polychrome enameled in shades of blue green, the wings highlighted with brilliant cut diamonds; the neck enameled blue sticks.

Art Nouveau artists - Lalique Jewelry. Pendants

An 1898 Lalique pendant designed for actress Sarah Bernhardt. It depicts Miss Bernhardt as Mélissande in La Princesse Lointaine. I love this piece, and to think my Mom and aunts called me Sarah Bernhardt when I was a little girl.

I've got to try to mimic this color! ARCHIBALD KNOX 1864-1933  Liberty & Co Pendant  Gold Enamel Pearl  British, c.1900

ARCHIBALD KNOX Liberty & Co Pendant Gold Enamel Pearl H: cm in) W: cm in) British, Although an antique it is a modern classic design.

A rare Art Nouveau gold, enamel and diamond butterfly pendant, by Henri Vever, Paris, circa 1900. Designed as a stylised butterfly in 18k yellow gold decorated with plique-à-jour enamel and set with old-cut diamonds. Signed VEVER PARIS. 8.5 x 10cm. #Vever #ArtNouveau #pendant

A rare Art Nouveau gold, enamel & diamond butterfly pendant, by Henri Vever, Paris, ca Designed as a stylised butterfly in yellow gold decorated with plique-à-jour enamel & set with old-cut diamonds.

Lalique Necklace Peacock Woman 122 centimeters long openwork gold chain pendant in a form similar to that seen on the railings of the Lalique exhibit in Paris in 1900.

Rene Lalique Necklace, ca. Peacock Woman 122 centimeters long openwork gold chain pendant in a form similar to that seen on the railings of the Lalique exhibit in Paris in and also a second decorative element at the other end of the Lalique Necklace.

An Art Nouveau pendant-necklace, by René Lalique, circa 1900. Originally probably a hair ornament, the pendant designed as a peacock, a symbol of immortality, decorated with iridescent enamel, the end of the feather set with a cabochon opal, mounted in gold, suspended from a chain composed of gold, enamel and opal beads. Signed. #Lalique #ArtNouveau #pendant

An Art Nouveau pendant-necklace, by René Lalique, circa 1900

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