AN ART NOUVEAU HORN, PEARL AND GLASS BROOCH, BY RENÉ LALIQUE
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AN ART NOUVEAU HORN, PEARL AND GLASS BROOCH, BY RENÉ LALIQUE

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AN ART NOUVEAU HORN, PEARL AND GLASS BROOCH, BY RENÉ LALIQUE
Modelled as a pair of entwined serpents, each animal carved in horn, gripping a central pearl between their jaws, suspending a further pearl drop from one tail, with green and blue glass cabochon detailing, circa 1905, 7.3 cm, with French assay mark for gold, in later fitted case
Signed Lalique
Please note that the pearls have not been tested for natural origin
Provenance
Christie's New York, 11 October 2006, 'An exceptional collection of Art Nouveau jewels', lot 363

Christie's Geneva, 13 November 1986, 'Masterworks by René Lalique', lot 384
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