René Lalique. Ivory, enamel and diamond pendent necklace circa 1906. The central carved ivory female figure set within a frame of polychrome enamel in shades of blue and lavender, decorated with floral motifs, supporting a baroque cultured pearl drop surmounted with rose and single-cut diamonds, on a chain of enamelled baton-shaped links, length approximately 465mm, pendant signed Lalique.
Whiteopal, enamel, and gold sautoir by René Lalique, circa 1899-1902. Long gold sautoir composed of oblong links of trails of leafy scrolls bearing green leaves and golden fruit, between opals amidst chain, terminating at each end in an enamelled and diamond lotus flower above an open plaque enclosing the figure of a woman standing on an opal and playing the aulos or double flute, gripped by claws.
Lalique 1898-99 Dancing Nymph Cameo Brooch: the gold plaque frames a scene of 5 nymphs: the rose diamond border is embellished at each corner with a gold motif containing mistletoe w/dark blue plique-à-jour enamel