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Art Nouveau Dreaming

An Art Deco Burma ruby and platinum geometric ring. Cartier, London.

Art Nouveau Door, architecture, architectural design, buildings, architecture design idea and inspiration

DIAMOND BRACELET, CIRCA 1915. The articulated open work strap designed as a band of moiré silk, set with circular-, single- and rose-cut diamonds, with deep blue velvet backing, one small stone deficient. length approximately 188mm,

RUBY AND DIAMOND BRACELET, VAN CLEEF & ARPELS, 1920S. The gently tapered band pierced and millegrain-set with step-cut rubies, circular- and single-cut diamonds, length approximately 187mm, signed Van Cleef & Arpels, signature partially obscured.

An Art Deco diamond and gem-set bracelet, by Van Cleef & Arpels. The broad strap of pierced scrolling foliate design, with central buff top onyx and diamond undulating bough motif interspersed with flowering similarly-cut emerald, sapphire and ruby palmettes, to a circular-cut diamond and pear shaped cabochon sapphire border, 1924, French marks for platinum, 19.2cm long Signature worn, with maker’s mark MS flanking an ear of wheat in a lozenge and no.24647. Christie’s.

Art Decó, Art Nouveau joies Posible Masriera

candy Zsolnay art nouveau vase, 1900

Manufacturer Moritz Haker Designer Description Silver plate on pewter desk lamp with art nouveau floral decoration and a nautilus shell shade Country of Manufacture Germany Date c.1900

PAIR OF LARGE ART NOUVEAU WMF VASES - Manufacturer WMF Designer Description An impressive pair of polished pewter Art Nouveau vases with glass liners Country of Manufacture Germany Date 1906 Marks Marked to foot

Art Nouveau Gold, Platinum, Diamond and Emerald Brooch The openwork oval brooch centering one old European-cut diamond with gold wire rays radiating outward, atop a landscape set with square-cut emeralds and a diamond-set sun reflection, edged by old European-cut diamonds, accented by a reclining gold nude female figure wrapped in drapery, circa 1905.

Rene Lalique bracelet, art nouveau,