art nouveau necklace

This lot was offered in Beyond Boundaries: Magnificent Jewels from a European Collection on 13 November 2017 at Christie’s in Geneva and sold for CHF 348,500, ‘The pendant above represents all that I love about the creations of René Lalique. And it disappeared as suddenly as it arrived. From shop Witchywoman. It was, and remains, the most expensive Art Nouveau jewel ever sold at auction — equivalent to more than $1,000,000 in today’s money. The influence of nature was rediscovered as well, inspired by ceramicist Bernard Palissy and goldsmith Benvenuto Cellini.’. Was Art Nouveau a complete break with the decorative arts of the late 19th century? This lot was offered in Beyond Boundaries: Magnificent Jewels from a European Collection on 13 November 2017 at Christie’s in Geneva and sold for CHF 37,500, Michel Perinet: ‘The general public became more open to modern developments after World War I. Art Nouveau jewelry is instantly recognizable by its embrace of natural forms and its focus on expert techniques, particularly exquisite enamel work. He worked with his father until his retirement, then took over the business in 1895. Ivy, for example, is an ancient symbol of fidelity and longevity. The raspberry branch is very realistic — it looks just like a small sculpture, it is three-dimensional. This lot was offered in Beyond Boundaries: Magnificent Jewels from a European Collection on 13 November 2017 at Christie’s in Geneva and sold for CHF 162,500, ‘As a young man, he moved to London in 1878 to study art and broaden his knowledge further. Art Nouveau & Art Deco Fine Necklaces & Pendants, Antique Amber Necklace In Art Nouveau & Art Deco Fine Necklaces & Pendants, Art Deco Choker In Art Nouveau & Art Deco Fine Necklaces & Pendants, Book Locket In Art Nouveau & Art Deco Fine Necklaces & Pendants, Victorian Locket In Art Nouveau & Art Deco Fine Necklaces & Pendants, Antique Pearl Necklace In Art Nouveau & Art Deco Fine Necklaces & Pendants, Bohemian Garnet In Art Nouveau & Art Deco Fine Necklaces & Pendants, Rock Crystal Pendant In Art Nouveau & Art Deco Fine Necklaces & Pendants. The decorative arts are just as important, if not more so!’, Evelyne Possémé, Head of the Ancient and Modern Jewellery department at Musée des Arts Décoratifs: ‘Art Nouveau is indeed an art total, but one of the greatest triumphs from that era is jewellery, particularly thanks to those such as René Lalique, Henri Vever and Georges Fouquet.’, An Art Nouveau enamel, chrysoprase and pearl brooch, by René Lalique, circa 1898-1899. The front is carved as a cameo with the portrait of a man, the reverse is carved as an intaglio with the portrait of a woman, only their lips touching.’. In the 19th century, creators rediscovered enamel techniques that would prove so important for Art Nouveau jewellery. Art nouveau necklace, Antique bronze necklace, Vintage reproduction necklace, Victorian necklace, 18 inch brass rolo chain. Antique 19" Art Nouveau Enamel Sterling Silver Necklace Marked Jungstil? This lot was offered in Beyond Boundaries: Magnificent Jewels from a European Collection on 13 November 2017 at Christie’s in Geneva and sold for CHF 62,500, An Art Nouveau enamel, pearl and emerald ring, by Lucien Gaillard, circa 1900. Originally, the women who ordered and wore these pieces were actresses like Sarah Bernhardt (1844-1923), grandes cocottes  like La Belle Otero (1868-1965) and some worldly socialites like Countess Grefulhe (1860-1952). An Art Nouveau enamel and glass 'raspberry' pendant, by René Lalique, 1902. The shapes, contours and relief remind me of sculpture, and I find that his use of colour closely resembles that of painting. The general public eschewed it.’, Sigrid Barten: ‘At first, Lalique did not work under his own name and designed mostly for the major Parisian jewellery houses. This lot was offered in Beyond Boundaries: Magnificent Jewels from a European Collection on 13 November 2017 at Christie’s in Geneva and sold for CHF 100,000. The work confirmed interest among various collectors and antique dealers in an artistic movement that had been completely abandoned; an interest that, though well-established, had been rather scattered and unfocused.’, You can read the full interviews with Michel Perinet, Sigrid Barten and Evelyne Possémé in the sale catalogue, An Art Nouveau enamel, diamond and pearl pendant necklace, by René Lalique, 1899-1901. Great artist-jewellers such as Georges Fouquet and Henri Vever chose semi- and even non-precious materials for their creations, and standout pieces from the period are treasured for their originality and design excellence rather than the intrinsic value of their materials.

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