Night Moth Iridescent blue moth with folded wings and moonstone glass to symbolize night. The necklace is strung on brown cord with 18 brown and blue beads and finished with a lapis glass drop. By Elizabeth Bonté, signed “Bonté”. circa 1900
Pre-owned Large Art Nouveau Horn Iris Pendant, Elizabeth Bonte ($4,800) ❤ liked on Polyvore featuring jewelry, pendants, necklaces, drop necklaces, vintage jewellery, bead pendant, vintage art nouveau jewelry, iris jewelry e art nouveau pendant
The use of horn by Elizabeth Bonte' adds a translucent quality to her pieces and works well with the naturalistic motifs of the Art Nouveau period. Via Jewelry Nerd. read more here http://jewelrynerd.tumblr.com/post/58238331750/elizabeth-bonte
“Night Moth” Horn Necklace by Elizabeth Bonté “Night Moth” Iridescent blue moth with folded wings and moonstone glass to symbolize night. The necklace is strung on brown cord with 18 brown and blue beads and finished with a lapis glass drop. By Elizabeth Bonté,
Grapes growing on a vine, made from clarified painted horn, with a sage-green baroque pearl. c. 1900. Madame Elizabeth Bonte' was a French designer and maker who specialized in decorative horn jewelry, especially pendants. Her workshops were merged (exact date unknown) with those of her main rival, George Pierre (GIP), and they worked together in the Art Nouveau style until 1936.
Carved Horn French Art Nouveau Flower Pin. During the Art Nouveau period (1885 to 1917) women wore jewelry made of carved horn. The horn was obtained from bull or mountain goats from the Jura Mountains. The horn was "sliced, heated, bleached, carved, polished, and stained by hand." Lalique was the first "master of the art." He was joined by Elizabeth Bonte and George Pierre, who both specialized in this art form.
Nouveau Bat pendant by Richsrd McMullen, in Art Nouveau style. 18k gold, basse-taille and champleve enamel https://www.facebook.com/124982770870436/photos/a.910717345630304.1073741929.124982770870436/1018971464804891/?type=3