ART NOUVEAU GLASS, ENAMEL AND DIAMOND DOG COLLAR PLAQUE, RENÉ LALIQUE
PROPERTY FROM THE COLLECTION OF JUDITH-ANN CORRENTE
ART NOUVEAU GLASS, ENAMEL AND DIAMOND DOG COLLAR PLAQUE, RENÉ LALIQUE

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ART NOUVEAU GLASS, ENAMEL AND DIAMOND DOG COLLAR PLAQUE, RENÉ LALIQUE
Depicting two revelers playing their pipes, blue molded glass, dark blue enamel, old, single and rose-cut diamonds, 18k gold (French marks), 3 3/8 ins., circa 1900, signed Lalique, maker's mark
Provenance
Chrisite's, New York, 21 October 2009, lot 1190
Literature
M. Fasel, P. Proddow, Diamonds: A Century of Spectacular Jewels, New York, Harry N. Abrams, 1996, p. 29
E. Ducamp, J. Falino, S. Harrison, Artistic Luxury: Fabergé Tiffany Lalique, New Haven, Yale University Press, p. 140
Exhibited
René Lalique 1860-1945
Yokohama, Sogo Museum of Art, 26 August-20 October 2000
Tokyo, Tokyo Metropolitain Teien Art Museum, 11 November 2000-4 February 2001
Kyoto, National Museum of Modern Art, 14 February-15 April 2001

The Jewels of Lalique, no. 79
New York, Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum, Smithsonian Institution, 3 February-12 April 1998
Washington, D.C., International Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, 15 May-16 August 1998
Dallas, Dallas Museum of Art, 13 September 1998-10 January 1999

London, A Goldsmiths' Company Exhibition, The Jewellery of René Lalique, no. 13, 28 May-24 July 1987

Art Nouveau Jewelry by René Lalique, Organized and Circulated by the International Exhibitions Foundation, Washington, D.C., no. 50
Baltimore, Walters Art Gallery, 1985-1986
Richmond, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, 1985-1986
Fort Worth, Kimbell Art Museum, 1985-1986
Los Angeles, Los Angeles County Museum of Fine Art, 1985-1986
San Franscisco, Fine Arts Museum of San Franscisco, 1985-1986

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Lot Essay


Lalique found glass to be a suitable material for creating depth and translucency within his jewelry. Carved in relief, as in this dog collar plaque, glass provided a quiet counterpoint to the enamel and diamonds within each composition.

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