Joan of Arc. Rene Lalique (1860-1945). Ca 1900. Gold, sappire ,enamel. “During the 19th century she was regarded as a national heroine who united the virtue of patriotism with the Catholic faith, and there was a strong and successful movement to have her canonized as a saint by the Pope. Her feast day is celebrated on May 30th. The pendant would have been commissioned from Lalique by one of the patriotic and Catholic supporters of her cause.”
René Lalique Diamond ring. The large diamond is set vertically along the bezel, framed within a border of green leaves on black stalks, with the shoulders also enamelled dark green. By René Lalique c.1902-4.
AN ART NOUVEAU ENAMEL AND GOLD PENDANT NECKLACE The pendant, designed as a gold and polychrome enamel openwork floral bouquet, with an old mine-cut diamond and pearl drop, suspended by a gold fancy link necklace, enhanced by a smaller enamel flower spacer of similar design, mounted in 18k gold, (pendant may also be worn as a brooch), circa 1900, 18 ins., with French assay marks and maker's marks With maker's mark for A. Solie, no. 3406
NARRATIVE JEWELLERY ...... René Lalique Leda & the Swan pendant. Gold pendant, with a frame of enamelled gold water lilies enclosing a nude woman drying her long tresses as she watches a swan in the plique à jour blue pond at her feet making advances to her with his beak. At the base of the frame between two lilies is a dark blue sapphire in a rectangular border. René Lalique, Paris, c. 1898. TRULY AMAZING
Art Nouveau Platinum, Gold, Plique-a-Jour Enamel, Diamond and Carved Ivory Madonna Pendant, Frederic Vernon.
Foliate Necklace by René Lalique, c.1990, French. Gold, glass and enamel necklace, the links composed of stylised green leaves hung with thirteen glass buds attached to stems and gripped by thorns.
1905 Pink Topaz Diamond Gold Platinum Pendant
1905 Pink Topaz Diamond Gold Platinum Pendant | From a unique collection of vintage pendant necklaces at https://www.1stdibs.com/jewelry/necklaces/pendant-necklaces/
Cupid drawing an arrow Object: Pendant Place of origin: Germany (south, made) Date: ca. 1600 (made) Artist/Maker: unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Enamelled gold, set with rubies, and hung with pearls Museum number: M.387-1911