Explore Lalique Jewelry, The Peace, and more!

Famous but rarely seen. The “Peace” pin, by René Lalique, given by the people of Paris to Edith Woodrow Wilson in 1919, when she accompanied the president to the Paris Peace Conference following World War I. This was her favorite piece and she would...

cgmfindings: “ Famous but rarely seen. The “Peace” pin, by René Lalique, given by the people of Paris to Edith Woodrow Wilson in when she accompanied the president to the Paris Peace Conference.

Rene Lalique

Dekoratíve and applied art ~ Rene Jules Lalique (France, ~ French jeweler during the early century whose designs in jewelry and glass contributed significantly to the Art Nouveau movement at the turn of the century.

lunostar:  Rene Lalique circa 1900.

Comb Artist/Maker:René Jules Lalique (French, designer Date:Circa 1900 Place:Paris/France Classification:Women's Headwear/Costume and Accessory Measurements:H. cm) Medium:horn, glass, and sapphire

René Lalique (French, 1860-1945)  Blue Oval Pendant with Wasps (Guepes), moulded glass, silk cord, 1920

René Lalique (French, Blue Oval Pendant with Wasps (Guepes), moulded glass, silk cord, 1920

Art deco diamond, jade and black enamel ear pendants by Georges Fouquet, Paris, circa 1925, Siegelson, New York (£POA)

Fine Art Asia returns this October with a tantalising array of jewels, clocks, timepieces and objets d art

Art deco diamond, jade and black enamel ear pendants by Georges Fouquet, Paris, circa Siegelson, New York (POA).

RENÉ LALIQUE | Art Nouveau Gold, Diamond, enamel and glass Brooch. Circa 1900.

Jeweler René Lalique, who I posted about way back in May, caused an explosion of insect themed jewelry at the turn of the century. Lalique was fascinated with the natural form, and insects were always one of his favorite subjects.

Lalique Necklace Peacock Woman 122 centimeters long openwork gold chain pendant in a form similar to that seen on the railings of the Lalique exhibit in Paris in 1900.

Rene Lalique Necklace, ca. Peacock Woman 122 centimeters long openwork gold chain pendant in a form similar to that seen on the railings of the Lalique exhibit in Paris in and also a second decorative element at the other end of the Lalique Necklace.

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