by Lillian Csernica on April 22, 2017
Gold, enamel, emerald, and diamond. French, 1900.
Art Nouveau 18kt Gold, Opal, and Demantoid Garnet Necklace, designed as writhing serpents with five bezel-set opals, the central opal with demantoid garnet accents.
Double snake belt buckle in sterling silver, set with a garnet.
By Philippe Wolfers. Belgium, 1898.
Snake hand bag. Chased silver, antelope skin, silk, and metallic thread. Rene Lalique, circa 1903.
A serpent drinking from a basin. 18k gold, platinum, emerald, and diamond.
A female profile bordered by serpents. Plique-a-jour enamel, gold, opal, and pearl. Rene Lalique, circa 1900.
Art nouveau gold and enamel ear pendants by Rene Lalique, 1900-1902.
Medusa paperweight. Rene Lalique.