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Peggy Jo Donahue
Peggy Jo Donahue • 2 years ago

AN ART NOUVEAU HORN AND GOLD "CHESTNUT" HAIR COMB, BY RENE LALIQUE The carved horn panel depicting a hazel leaf, centering upon two chestnuts with textured gold sculptural leaves and stem, to the horn comb, circa 1900, 6¼ x 3¾ ins. Signed Lalique for René Lalique

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