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These are a very few small stunning and marvelous jewelry pieces of La Belle Époque - brief peaceful and elegant respite moment in a human...

Henri Teterger Art Nouveau pansy pendant/brooch, gold, opal, plique-à-jour enamel, diamond and pearl; pansy = 'think of me/thoughts'.

The beautiful butterfly...  An Art Nouveau pendant necklace, circa 1900. Designed as double butterfly wings in a dimensional openwork motif, applied with enamel and set with six old European-cut diamonds, three articulated pear shaped veined turquoise drops, mounted in 18K gold. Signed and with French assay mark. via Macklowe Gallery

An Art Nouveau pendant necklace, circa Designed as double butterfly wings in a dimensional openwork motif, applied with enamel and set with six old European-cut diamonds, three articulated pear shaped veined turquoise drops, mounted in gold.

Art Nouveau Diamond, Gold Bracelet The bracelet features full-cut diamonds weighing a total of approximately 0.40 carat, set in 18k gold, French hallmarks. #goldbracelets #GoldJewelleryRoyal

Art Nouveau Diamond, Gold Bracelet The bracelet features full-cut diamonds weighing a total of approximately 0.40 carat, set in 18k gold, French hallmarks. #goldbracelets #GoldJewelleryRoyal

"Art Nouveau brooch made by Boucheron in November 1900 in Paris. In the shape of a butterfly, it was originally designed as a hair comb. The piece displays an extraordinary plique-à-jour enamel work and it is set in calibre cut emeralds, cabochon rubies, opal and aquamarine. It was part of the Elizabeth Taylor collection."

Brooch Boucheron circa 1900 Plique-a-jour enamel, gold, rubies, opal, and aquamarine. I restored this (above) antique brooch for her. She trusted me. Image from Elizabeth Taylor My Love Affair With Jewelry (photographer's note)

Serpentine Dance circa 1908  (via delicieuxchaos)

Serpentine Dance circa 1908 (via delicieuxchaos)

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