An Art Nouveau Enamel, Diamond, Emerald and Pearl Pendant by Georges Fouquet
Of openwork design, the centre tapered calibr-cut emerald line with stylised greenish plique--jour enamel wings applied to the scrolled diamond-set mount which suspends a pearl drop, all to the pink plique--jour enamel flower and diamond-set articulated pendant hook, circa 1890, with French assay and maker's mark, 9.5 cm long
With maker's mark for Georges Fouquet in collaboration with Charles Desrosiers
This pendant originally formed part of a remarkable necklace called Le Collier Libellules (dragonfly) made in 1902. The location of the necklace is unknown, but at least this pendant remains from the exquisite jewel.
For a picture of this necklace, please see:
Les Fouquets 1860 - 1960, Muse des Arts Dcoratifs, Flammarion, 1983, p. 155, ill. 55
Duncan, Alistair, The Paris Salons 1895 - 1914, Vol. II, 1994, p. 256