Enamel and diamond 'Dragonfly' brooch, circa 1900. Modelled as a dragonfly, the wings composed of plique-à-jour enamel in shades of blue and green, trimmed by rose-cut diamonds, the body designed as a line of circular-cut diamonds, to a green enamel head, the diamonds together weighing approximately 2.40 carats, mounted in 10 karat white and yellow gold. #ArtNouveau #brooch
Representing the evolution of a dream which becomes deeper and intense before you wake up again, this arc-shaped ring in 18k black gold with marquise cut London Blue Topaz is delicate in shape and intense in colour! Can be used on its own or stacked, it’s up to you! Also available in white gold.
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René Lalique - An exceptional Art Nouveau enamel, diamond, gold and diamond brooches, circa 1900. Made of gold, the two moths in flight with body in satin white glass, the wings ornamented with green and blue grey enamels, and plique-à-jour enamel, edged with old-cut diamonds. Signed Lalique on both moths. #ArtNouveau #Lalique #brooch
AN ART NOUVEAU DIAMOND, SAPPHIRE AND ENAMEL BROOCH, BY BOUCHERON. Designed as a bumblebee with a rose-cut diamond and fancy-cut sapphire body, an old European and rose-cut diamond head and antennae, and cabochon cat's eye chrysoberyl eyes, extending pale greenish blue and lavender plique-à-jour enamel wings, mounted in 18k yellow and white gold, circa 1895, with French assay marks, in a burgundy leather fitted case. With maker's mark for Boucheron. #Boucheron #ArtNouveau #brooch