AN ART NOUVEAU ENAMEL, DIAMOND AND GOLD DOG COLLAR PLAQUE, BY RENE LALIQUE Designed as a winged sylph in full relief with legs metamorphising into an undulating chased gold and green enamel insect tail, with outstretched pale green enamelled gold veined wings, enhanced by shades of blue plique-à-jour enamel and old mine-cut diamonds, circa 1900 Signed Lalique for René Lalique
A tangle of sensuous scrolls enlivens these Art Nouveau cufflinks from the turn of the last century. The tight, twisting swirls are characteristic of Art Nouveau jewelry created in America. Created by Link & Angell in 14kt gold, circa 1900.
Blue guillioche enamel Lover's Eye pendant with diamonds. Popular through the Georgian era, a Lover's Eye was a way to commemorate a clandestine love when two people could not be together for social or religious reasons. Read more about it here http://www.jewelrynerd.org/blog.html