Brooch | Georges Fouquet. ca 1989 - 1901. Gold, pearls, enamel and gold.
An Art Nouveau gold, plique-à-jour enamel, pearl and ruby pendant, by Georges Fouquet, circa 1898. The pendant designed as an orchid decorated with plique-à-jour enamel, centring a round faceted ruby, surrounded by four small pearls set to the anthers, mounted in yellow gold, suspended from a gold chain set with gems. Collection of Mikimoto Pearl Museum. #Fouquet #ArtNouveau #pendant
Lalique 1903 Pansy Brooch: enamel on gold, plique-à-jour enamel, cast glass, sapphires. Walters Art Museum, Baltimore
Georges Fouquet Plique-à-Jour Enamel Ring, c.1900, Pearl, diamond, enamel, gold
Art Nouveau dragonfly brooch, circa 1900. Red rubies, old-mine and rose cut diamonds, pearl and cobochon emerald.
Four colored gold pendant. France, ca. 1830-1840, 18k gold, natural pearls, rose cut diamonds, 7 x 3cm, 14.5g
Masriera pendant brooch. Spanish jeweller Luis Masriera (1872-1958) was born into a family of jewellers and artisans. After attending the Centennial exhibition in Paris in 1900, he melted down his entire gold stock and switched to art nouveau and dec.
Damsel-fly pendant. Rene Lalique (1860-1945). Ca 1900. Yellow gold, aquamarine, plique-a-jour and diamond.
Art Nouveau brooch, pendant - 1900s - Featuring an elegant and elaborate floral motif, this antique pairs carefully crafted yellow gold with enamel - including an enchanting, transparent plique-a-jour backdrop - depicts a single pink-toned poppy flower - Beladora, Beverly Hills