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“An ornamental brooch by René Lalique featuring gold, enamel, diamond and chrysoprase. It features 3 scarabs in the middle of 2 women-insects with wings instead of arms. This piece was made for actress Sarah Bernhardt - AN Jewelry

IVORY, ENAMEL AND DIAMOND PENDENT NECKLACE, RENÉ LALIQUE, CIRCA 1906. The central carved ivory female figure set within a frame of polychrome enamel in shades of blue and lavender, decorated with floral motifs, supporting a baroque cultured pearl drop surmounted with rose and single-cut diamonds, on a chain of enamelled baton-shaped links, length approximately 465mm, pendant signed Lalique.

Art Nouveau ivory, enamel, and diamond pendant necklace by René Lalique, circa The central carved ivory female figure set within a frame of polychrome enamel in shades of blue and lavender,.

c. 1901 Gabriel Falguieres Art Nouveau Pendant (Enamel, diamond, opal, hardstone)

A rare art nouveau diamond, opal, hardstone and enamel pendant, by Gabriel Falguieres - circa 1901

Fouquet brooch, 1905. Visit Renaissance Fine Jewelry in Vermont or at www.vermontjewel.com. Where New England Gets Engaged!

The triangular-shaped opal set within an openwork frame depicting three blue and green enamel stylised dragonflies, interspersed with three rose-cut diamonds to the pearl drop, circa Georges Fouquet.

Lalique,1900   'Dragonflies' Pendant. Gold, enamel, aquamarine and diamonds. Four opposing dragonflies decorated with plique-à-joir enamel wings, embellished with circular- and rose-cut diamonds, centered on a cushion-shaped aquamarine

Aquamarine Dragonfly Pendant (a cushion-shaped aquamarine within an open framework of four opposing dragonflies decorated with plique-a-jour enamel wings, embellished with circular- & rose-cut diamonds, to a green enamel baton link chain (Lalique)

Murle Bennett Art Nouveau spider web necklace, c.1900.

Murrle Bennet necklace ca. 1900 via Tadema Gallery. Even though I hate spiders this necklace is beautiful.