• Gold and enamel moth pendant with carved horn and Citrines by Lucien Gaillard
  • Gold, enamel, and mother-of-pearl pendant with Opal, Emerald, and coloured stones by Georges Fouquet designed by Alphonse Mucha (Metropolitan Museum of Art)
  • Dragonfly-woman brooch made of Gold, enamel, chrysoprase, chalcedony, moonstones, and Diamonds
  • Art Nouveau ivory face pendant, created around 1859 by French designer Leon Gariod.
  • This fairy motif brooch/pendant, made by Henri Vever in 1900, is a wonderful example of pique-à-jour enameling.
  • An Art Nouveau brooch/pendant featuring a gold portrait of a young girl with whiplash style swirls in her hair surrounded by enameled chrysanthemum flowers with diamond seedlings. Designed by Plisson & Hartz in 1900.
  • It features 3 scarabs in the middle of 2 women-insects with wings instead of arms. This piece was made for actress Sarah Bernhardt (1897-1899)
  • Sold for $38,400 via Christie’s (October 2006).
  • Sold for €87,320 via Artcurial (July 2016).
  • Sold for $59,375 via Doyle New York (November 2015)

Life of jewellery:
Culture and Fashion

The Arab World Institute in Paris (Institut du Monde Arabe), IMA, together with the Uzbekistan Art and Culture Development Foundation,

Tbilisi turned out to be a true revelation for me. You either fall in love with it at first sight

The Jewellery World:
Events and Places

As I was planning a trip to Georgia I selected several interesting spots I intended on visiting. The "Ornament" art

Vicenza Oro is one of the most prestigious international jewelry exhibitions and worth visiting destination for discovering designers and famous brands

The exhibition "Tradition in Modernity" of the jewellers Daniela e Marzia Banci took place in Padua from the 24th of


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