René Lalique Art Nouveau Silver, Lapis and Enamel Pendant, France
The pair of standing peacocks facing outward atop pierced tail feathers applied with medium and dark blue enamel graphic waves, centering one pear-shaped cabochon lapis ap. 28.0 x 12.7 mm., signed Lalique, with maker's mark and French assay mark, circa 1902-1904.
Similar example: René Lalique, Schmuck und Objets d'Art 1890-1910, by Sigrid Barten, item 729, p. 343.
C Property from an Important Jewel Collector
Additional Notes & Condition Report
Lapis: medium deep blue with white mottling and scattered pyrite, squiggly hairline crack in center, medium luster.
On gold jump ring with maker's mark, obscured, and French assay mark. 18 kt.
Blue and green tarnish on reverse, oxidized gun metal gray on front.
3 3/4 x 1 1/2 inches.
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