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Lalique’s Moonstone Tiara at Marie Poutine’s Jewels & Royals.

Lalique’s Moonstone Tiara at Marie Poutine’s Jewels & Royals.

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Lalique

Pin by Rene Lalique

Pin by Rene Lalique

mote-historie:  Collar with cocks - by Rene Lalique (French 1860-1945) Private Collection - Exhibited in Moscow in 2010 (Moscow Kremlin)

mote-historie: Collar with cocks - by Rene Lalique (French 1860-1945) Private Collection - Exhibited in Moscow in 2010 (Moscow Kremlin)

Peacock Pendant. Rene Lalique (1860 - 1945). Circa 1900 Gold, sapphire, enamel. 5.5 centimeters. On 48 centimeters long green enamel and opals rod style chain.

Peacock Pendant. Rene Lalique (1860 - 1945). Circa 1900 Gold, sapphire, enamel. 5.5 centimeters. On 48 centimeters long green enamel and opals rod style chain.

Rene Lalique, Dragonfly, c.1900-10 (source).

Rene Lalique, Dragonfly, c.1900-10 (source).

Creepy or beautiful? Art Nouveau sometimes pushed the boundaries, like this spider bronze by Lalique.

Creepy or beautiful? Art Nouveau sometimes pushed the boundaries, like this spider bronze by Lalique.

For the Femme Fatale “The pectoral is made up of nine serpents entwined to form a knot from which the bodies of the other eight fall in a cascade, the ninth rising in the centre, at the top of the jewel. The reptiles, in the attack position, have their mouths open from which strings of pearls were hung as was apparently the case with a similar pectoral (the whereabouts of which are unknown), which was highlighted at the Paris Universal Exhibition in 1900 and reproduced in a publication of…

For the Femme Fatale “The pectoral is made up of nine serpents entwined to form a knot from which the bodies of the other eight fall in a cascade, the ninth rising in the centre, at the top of the jewel. The reptiles, in the attack position, have their mouths open from which strings of pearls were hung as was apparently the case with a similar pectoral (the whereabouts of which are unknown), which was highlighted at the Paris Universal Exhibition in 1900 and reproduced in a publication of…

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