Art Nouveau jewelry

Art Nouveau is a great artistic movement of the early 20th century.Art Nouveau began at the end of the 19th century, with its first beginnings from 1880 to 1990. It is the very famous René Lalique who will project this movement and its actors on the international scene. All in curves and untied, the Art Nouveau jewels are inspired by nature, feminine forms, tales and pagan legends and the Middle Ages. The great novelty in Art Nouveau jewelry is also in the materials and technicality: we return to ancestral know-how and crafts, as the art of stained glass that will inspire the master enamellers. Jewelers are using less valuable stones, they are looking for a visual rendering. Large and long pearls, glass, lacquer, moonstones, stones of little used colors like peridot.


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  • Art deco line diamond platinum broochbroche art deco en platine New

    Art Deco diamonds line brooch in platinum 850. Bar brooch decorated with a line of twenty-three  old-cut diamonds , arranged in fall: they join in the centre on a more important diamond. The diamonds are set in grain on a platinum setting in a frame worked with a pearl frieze. Antique brooch from the Art Deco period (circa 1925/1930), French jewel.

    Dog’s head hallmark and illegible and badly inscribed goldsmith’s hallmark

    Dimensions : 5 mm x 77 mm

    Total estimated weight of diamonds : 2.06 carats

    Note : sold in its antique box. The clasp and its security works.
    Condition : scratches from use

    Weight : 6.40 gr

    *The antique box is not sold with the jewel*

  • Belle epoque marquise ringbague marquise diamant New

    Marquise diamond ring in yellow gold 18 karats and platinum. In the center, a line of 5 diamonds in bezel setting, one more important in the center, surrounded by rose-cut diamonds on platinum. Belle époque navette ring, early 20th century.

    Mascaron hallmark, owl hallmark

    Finger size : 46 UE or 3,75 US (resizing possible)

    Dimensions of the ring head : 20,25 mm x 7.2 mm

    Note: the diamonds in the central line are brilliant cut, except for one which is old cut 8-8
    Condition : scratches from use

    Estimated diamond weight : 0,30 carat

    Weight : 2,32 gr

    *The antique box is not sold with the jewel*

  • Antique spring brooch for the four seasonsArt Nouveau spring brooch

    French Art Nouveau Spring brooch in 18 karat (750) gold. Antique circular brooch featuring a woman in profile, wearing a bun and surrounded by flowers. The brooch is inscribed “Printemps”. This brooch represents an allegory of the Spring season. It was made by Fonsèque et Olive. Antique brooch, circa 1890, France.

    Eagle head hallmark (French state hallmark for 18-karat gold), bears the monogram of the medal maker ED, master hallmark illegible.

    Diameter: 2.6 cm

    Condition: light scratches from use

    Weight : 4.95 gr

  • lapis lazuli pearl neckalcearts and crafts lapis lazuli necklace

    Arts and Crafts necklace lapis lazuli and silver. Antique necklace made of eight faceted lapis lazuli beads linked together by an Arts and Crafts-style twisted-link chain. Necklace circa 1880-1900, probably English.

    Total length: 40 cm

    Pearl size: 9 x 9 mm

    Condition: clasp changed

    Weight : 12.55 gr

    *The antique box is not sold with the jewel*

  • Gold Art Nouveau religious ringBague ancienne Art Nouveau

    Art Nouveau religious ring in 18 karat (750) gold and platinum. Antique ring with a round medal depicting the profile of Saint Therese. The medal bears the inscription “Saint Thérèse de l’Enfant Jésus”. The medal is signed on the left, but the signature is illegible. Art Nouveau religious ring, circa 1915, France

    Eagle head hallmark and Georges PIERRE goldsmith hallmark (active from 1911)

    Finger size: 48 EU or 4.5 US (can be changed)

    Medal size: 8 x 8 mm

    Condition: scratches from use and oxidation

    Weight : 0,83 gr

    *The antique box is not sold with the jewel*

  • Antique st esprit pendant sapphire and pearlsPendentif art nouveau saint esprit

    Art Nouveau Saint Esprit pendant in 18k (750) yellow gold, featuring a finely chased dove with outstretched wings descending from the sky, holding a cross in its beak. The bird is set in a four-lobed surround of twelve fine pearls and four triangular sapphires. The pendant holds a fine pearl. The dove is finely chased on the front and back, revealing its plumage and legs. Art Nouveau pendant, probably Parisian work, similar to that of Emile Touchard, circa 1915.

    Eagle head hallmark (French state hallmark for 18-karat gold), master hallmark obliterated.

    Dimensions: 43 x 18 mm

    Estimated sapphire weight: 0.92 carat (0.23 each)
    Diameter of fine pearl pendant: 4.56 mm

    Condition: beautiful patina, minor wear scratches

    Weight : 5.05 gr

    *The antique box and the chain are not sold with the jewel*
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  • Antique garnet locket pendant

    Hexagonal Art Nouveau locket pendant in 18-karat (750) rose and yellow gold. Locket pendant opening onto a secret compartment in which a photograph can be placed.  The pendant is decorated with a yellow gold arabesque holding three gems in a stylized manner: two half-pearls and a small garnet.  Antique French medallion, Art Nouveau period, circa 1900, France.

    Eagle’s head hallmark (French state hallmark for 18 karat gold)

    Height (with bail): 32 mm
    Width: 21mm

    Condition: scratches from use

    Weight: 3.55 gr

    *The antique box is not sold with the jewel*

  • Antique ring for menArt Nouveau Angel and demon ring in gold

    Art Nouveau MC signet ring in 18 karat yellow gold (750). Antique ring with a relief decoration on the entire ring, depicting two winged figures, one with angel wings, the other with bat wings. They support a coat of arms inscribed with the numeral (or monogram) “MC” in raised letters. The rest of the ring is formed by the body of a snake. The ring features alternating textures of polished and picté gold. Antique ring, late Art Nouveau circa 1910, France.

    Eagle head hallmark (french state hallmark for 18 karat gold) and goldsmith’s hallmark.

    Finger size: 55 EU or 7.25 US (small sizing possible)

    Max. ring size: 14 mm

    Condition: old change of size visible, usual gold wears.

    Weight : 11.67 gr

    *The antique box is not sold with the jewel*


  • Mono boucle jaisblack single stud earring

    Mono jet stud earring in 18 karat gold (750). Antique stud earring adorned with a jet cabochon. The setting is in 18 karat gold (750), with a security clasp. Antique earring, circa 1900, France.

    Eagle hallmark (French State hallmark for 18 karat gold). Sold alone.

    Cabochon size: 8 mm

    Condition : Scratches from use. this stud earring is sold alone.

    Weight : 1.23 gr

  • pendentif ancien en orvictorian gold compass pendant

    Victorian antique compass pendant in 9 karats gold (375). Lovely compass pendant with an arrow turning on the cardinal points to indicate North. It is protected by glass. The compass is decorated all around with a gold chain motif (not flexible). England, Birmingham, 1900.

    English hallmarks : Marine anchor (Birmingham), 9, 375, J.T and lower-case letter a (corresponding to the year 1900).

    Dimensions: 27 x 19 mm
    Diameter: 19 mm

    Condition: scratches from use

    Weight : 5.26 gr

    *The antique box and the chain are not sold with the jewel*
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  • collier de corail fermoir en or

    Coral pearl necklace made of 123 coral pearls arranged in drops. This antique necklace closes with an 18 karat (750 thousandths) yellow gold clasp, decorated with a streaked gold ball. Antique necklace, first half of the 20th century.

    Goldsmith’s hallmark on clasp. “Ste CL”.

    Total length: 38 cm

    Diameter of pearls: 3.2 to 5 mm

    Note: the necklace has been threaded.

    Weight : 7.33 gr

  • collier Russe ancien turquoisesedwardian russian turquoise necklace

    Russian turquoise drapery necklace in 14 karat (583) rose gold. Drapery necklace composed of eleven drop-shaped plates topped with turquoise cabochons. The turquoise is a beautiful lagoon blue with natural brown inclusions (pyrites and matrix). The necklace is finished with a double chain of flat links. The turquoise may have come from Kazakhstan, a country under Russian rule since the 17th century, where turquoise mines are still found, but more likely from Persia, which supplied countries and courts with its beautiful, intense-blue stones. Turquoise from Kazakhstan is generally blue with a hint of lavender inside, suggesting Persian turquoise. Necklace circa 1900, chain changed afterwards.

    On the chain, certainly changed after the necklace was made: Russian “sickle and hammer” hallmark (active after 1958), SAS hallmark on the clasp.

    Total length: 42 cm
    Dimensions of largest drop: 21 x 45 mm

    Note: The slight difference in gold color between the chain and the necklace suggests a modification of the jewel.
    Condition : wears of use

    Weight : 35.20 gr

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