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Art Nouveau, Metal Jewellery, Vintage, Art Deco, Art Nouveau Jewelry, Metal Jewelry, Fine Jewelry, Lalique, Antique Jewelry

The Art Nouveau period introduced a brief but remarkably fashionable style. Its designers embraced romanticism, naturalism, and femininity, creating emotive pieces of great harmony and beauty. Nouveau artists worked to emphasize creativity, new themes, techniques and materials. René Lalique (1860-1945) is one of the outstanding representatives of Art Nouveau. Lalique was widely recognized as one of France’s foremost Art Nouveau jewelry designers [1]. His pieces were renowned not just for…

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For Sale on 1stdibs - This book was published to coincide with a major retrospective of Rene Lalique's work. He was known primarily for his work in glass but he was also the Antique Books, Jewellery, Art Nouveau, Art, Art Deco, Bijoux, Vintage, Exquisite Jewelry, Vintage Jewelry

About This book was published to coincide with a major retrospective of Rene Lalique's work. He was known primarily for his work in glass but he was also the designer of most delicate and exquisite jewellery that was the peak of the Art Nouveau style. The designs incorporate dragons, serpents, lilies, swans, orchids and the female form all of which are beautifully photographed and illustrated here.

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René Lalique: 7 Things You Need to Know | Jewelry | Sotheby’s Art, Art Nouveau, Paris, Ile De France, Portrait, Actors, Lalique, Artist, Kunst

Born in Aÿ-en-Champagne, France, René-Jules Lalique (1860-1945) is considered the indisputable master of jewellery design in the Art Nouveau style. Fascinated by 3 central themes – floral, fauna and the female form, his whimsical, lyrical compositions in an array of materials – gold, semi-precious stones, enamel and glass are the perfect encapsulation of the late 19th century pre-Art Deco era.

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