Silver, Jewelry and Metalwork - Ren� Lalique
René Lalique: as well as the use of opals, this pendant displays several feature's typical of Lalique's work: the multiple form is common to his pendent designa and the neck chain is interspersed with opal beads.
September 2012 - Ceramics and Pottery Arts and Resources
<3 Art Nouveau flask (1890–1900) Bridgeman Art Library, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas, USA. Gift of Mr and Mrs John Mecom, Jr. Design and Artists Copyright Society.
René-Jules Lalique | Pendant | French, Paris | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Pendant, ca. 1901 René-Jules Lalique (French, 1860–1945) French (Paris) Gold, enamel, opal, pearl, diamonds Mark: LALIQUE (stamped on bottom edge)
Auction Archives VII: A Morning Glory Plique-à-Jour Enamel Brooch by Marcus & Co.
The fragrant flowers of spring have begun to peak their way through the soil and remnants of snow, dotting the ground with colorful sprinkles of life. A favorite season of many, spring rejuvenates…