~ Lalique ~

Drawing inspiration from nature and daring enough to use the female body as an ornamental component, René Lalique created some of the most representative jewels of the Art Nouveau style. His pendants, brooches, necklaces, tiaras, opera-glasses, and combs were original, imaginative works, produced using the most elaborate of techniques. He would not hesitate to employ materials little used or considered until that time, such as horn, ivory, semi-precious stones, enamel and, of course, glass.
Lalique Two Flowers Perfume Bottle  Adorned by the Lalique coveted satin finish, this delicate perfume bottle is fashioned out of two blossoming flowers.

Lalique Two Flowers Perfume Bottle Adorned by the Lalique coveted satin finish, this delicate perfume bottle is fashioned out of two blossoming flowers.

René Lalique Diamond ring. The large diamond is set vertically along the bezel, framed within a border of green leaves on black stalks, with the shoulders also enamelled dark green. By René Lalique c.1902-4.

René Lalique Diamond ring. The large diamond is set vertically along the bezel, framed within a border of green leaves on black stalks, with the shoulders also enamelled dark green. By René Lalique c.1902-4.

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