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Every gypsy girl had a half-mask tattooed on her face. It represented the half of them that nobody knew; the half that made them a gypsy ~ #story #inspiration #gypsy

Every gypsy girl had a half-mask tattooed on her face. It represented the half of them that nobody knew; the half that made them a gypsy ~ #story #inspiration #gypsy

Lalique Necklace Peacock Woman 122 centimeters long openwork gold chain pendant in a form similar to that seen on the railings of the Lalique exhibit in Paris in 1900.

Lalique Necklace Peacock Woman 122 centimeters long openwork gold chain pendant in a form similar to that seen on the railings of the Lalique exhibit in Paris in 1900.

An amazing aquamarine and diamond set enamel pendant by LALIQUE depicting 4 intertwined dragonflies. (hva)

An amazing aquamarine and diamond set enamel pendant by LALIQUE depicting 4 intertwined dragonflies. (hva)

An Art Nouveau 'Fish' pendant, by René Lalique, 1904-06. Composed of gold, enamel, diamonds and aquamarines.

An Art Nouveau 'Fish' pendant, by René Lalique, 1904-06. Composed of gold, enamel, diamonds and aquamarines.

☆ Blue Topaz Medusa Pendant - With hair full of snakes, the face of Medusa sits at the center of this White Gold Pendant.。 accented with Diamonds, with Rubies making up the snakes' eyes, and dangling a Marquise-cut Blue Topaz.

Louis Wièse (1852-1923) went to considerable lengths to give his jewels the appearance of age. His revivalist pieces were treated with mercury oxide, producing a reddish patina intended to give the impression that the jewels were ancient artefacts recovered from the ground

Louis Wièse (1852-1923) went to considerable lengths to give his jewels the appearance of age. His revivalist pieces were treated with mercury oxide, producing a reddish patina intended to give the impression that the jewels were ancient artefacts recovered from the ground

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