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Fouquet c.1900

Rene Lalique dragonfly woman brooch~ if you look carefully, you can see where the wings are hinged to allow the piece to move "en tremblant" as the wearer moved.

René Jules Lalique (1860-1945) is one of the most famous jewelers and glassmakers of the movements Art Nouveau and Art Deco.

René Jules Lalique The Pectoral the dragonfly (main picture), a masterpiece of the 1900

Verdura ~ETS #finejewels

The Canning Jewel, a sculptural pendant characteristic of the Renaissance period that lasted from the to century AD. The Canning Jewel originated in Italy, but the actual designer of the jewel is not known.

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Wish I was cool enough to pull this off Rene Lalique - Art Nouveau Snakes Pendant-Brooch. Gold and Enamel.

Feullaitre AN ART NOUVEAU ENAMEL, DIAMOND AND MOONSTONE OPHELIA PENDANT, BY EUGENE FEUILLATRE

An Art Nouveau Enamel, Diamond and Moonstone Ophelia Pendant, by Eugéne Feuillâtre. Mounted in gold, circa with French assay mark and jeweller's mark for Eugène Feuillâtre.

Cornflower brooch, made in France, late 19th - early 20th century

Brooch of gold, anonymous, 1900 - 1910 Brooch of gold, diamonds and enamel in the form of corn flowers in the Art Nouveau style.

A pair of lustrous and shimmering natural freshwater pearl blossoms are crowned with red enamel leaves and are entwined in sinuous green enamel vines dotted with teeny-tiny seed pearls in this extra-lovely Art Nouveau jewel - circa 1900.

A pair of lustrous and shimmering natural freshwater pearl blossoms are crowned with red enamel leaves and are entwined in sinuous green enamel vines dotted with teeny-tiny seed pearls in this extra-lovely Art Nouveau jewel - circa

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