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Lalique 1900-02 signed 'Female half-Figure' Pendant/Brooch: shaped with a female head & torso in low relief on the central ivory plaque. The frame is of white-&-lavender glass poppy blossoms whose stems form a symmetrical pattern of beige enamel & gold. A baroque pearl hangs from the base. Acquired from the artist in 1901. Calouste Gulbenkian Museum

René Lalique. 1901 Pendant with two confronted peacocks standing on the flat edge of a triangular cabochon opal, which suspends a baroque pearl.

René Lalique My mother-in-law had this vase. (It broke). the big combinat of cristal ORADEA BIHOR- need location to start- FUNDATIA MAGARESCU -

Musée international de la Parfumerie, Grasse by Xavier de Jauréguiberry, via Flickr

Rene Lalique, Peacock brooch. In the Symbolist style, two enamel feathers and diamonds frame a sapphire. Lighter blue enamel feathers hold an opal pendant.

Brooch - Lalique 1898-1899-© Les Arts Décoratifs

Blog of an Art Admirer: Art Nouveau artists - Lalique Jewelry. Pendants

Brooch ca. 1900 Georges Fouquet and Alphonse Mucha gold, enamel, mother of pearl, emerald, colored stone, gold paint Metropolitan Museum of Art

Rene Lalique - “Give a woman the best product you can compound. Present it in a perfect container (beautifully simple, but of impeccable taste), charge a reasonable price for it and a great business will arise such as the world has never seen. “

Art Nouveau Dragonfly Faerie Pendant by Rene Lalique

René Jules Lalique (1860-1945) hair pin