ENAMEL, OPAL, PEARL AND DIAMOND BROOCH, LATE 19TH CENTURY. Designed as a pair of opposing serpents, their jaws clasping a circular-cut diamond, to a central navette-shaped opal within a diamond-set open work foliate surround of jasmine, suspending a baroque pearl and a diamond drop
An Art Nouveau gold, diamond, opal, pearl, plique-à-jour enamel brooch by Georges Fouquet, circa 1900.
Lalique - Signed Oval Brooch representing a woman in profile with hair held in a coronet of rose-cut diamonds and mistletoe. Background in purple enamel. The reverse also in purple enamel. Pierre Bergé & associés