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Lily of the Valley necklace. Rene Lalique (1860-1945). Circa 1920. Gold, cast glass.

An Art Nouveau Lily of the Valley necklace by René Lalique, circa composed of gold and moulded glass. Image source: Imperishable Beauty - Art Nouveau Jewelry, by Yvonne J. Markowitz and Elyse Zorn Karlin.

Art Nouveau Black Opal and Diamond Pendant, The Brassler Company, Newark, New Jersey, set with three opal cabochons among scroll and knife-edge motifs, seven old European-cut diamond melee highlights, completed by delicate fancy link chain, 14kt gold mount, lg. 2 3/4, 16 in., maker's mark "14B."

Art Nouveau Black Opal set with three opal cabochons among scroll and knife-edge motifs, completed by delicate fancy link chain

Opal,  green garnet,  enamel,  gold.  Mary Titchener Antique Jewellery – South Yarra – Melbourne

Art nouveau opal pendant framed in gold set with diamonds, enamel and demantoid garnets. This is how to set an opal.

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Baroque Pearl, Plique-a-Jour Enamel & Diamond Brooch (c. The stylized floral motif decorated with a baroque pearl of pale gray color with pastel overtones, and with 4 smaller pearls of aubergine, black and bronze hue, framed by scrolls of old.

Creative Lalique - From Wiki - Rene Jules Lalique French glass designer of glass art, perfume bottles, vases, jewelry, chandeliers, clocks, hood ornaments, started glassware firm named after him which still remains successful today, in 1920s noted for art deco style, work is synonymous with creativity, beauty quality

René Lalique: As well as the use of opals, this pendant displays several features typical of Lalique's work: the multiple form common to his pendent designs and the neck chain interspersed with opal beads.

RENE LALIQUE | An Art Nouveau Enamel, Gold, Rock Crystal Pendant / Necklace. (n.d.)

Kiss Rene Lalique Pendant, carved rock crystal, gold, and enamel 1904 Image from the Jewellery of Rene Lalique, 1987

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.

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.

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René LALIQUE - "Muguet" (Lily of the valley) Necklace (c. composed of two "Muguet" pendants and three "Muguet" beads, all in pale green opalescent glass, mounted later in 14 karat gold as a chatelaine necklace

RENÉ LALIQUE. 'Lily-of-the-valley Necklace, about 1920. Gold and cast glass
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