Edwardian Diamond Lavalier Necklace with Laurel Leaf Motif. An Edwardian diamond lavalier necklace centering on a pendant with laurel leaf and bow decoration, in platinum and gold, suspending from a platinum and collet-set diamond chain. c 1910
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DETAIL In the Salon of 1897, Lalique exhibited two pieces of jewelry designed with irises, a buckle and bracelet of enameled irises and opal, which he again displayed in the Exposition Universelle in 1900. A symbol of the Virgin in Medieval art, the iris featured prominently in Japanese art and was a favored motif of the pre-Raphaelite artists who held fast to the concept of “memesis,” i.e. the imitation of nature as the main goal of art.
Edwardian Platinum and Diamond Lapel-Watch Platinum, 18 kt. yellow & white gold, topped by an open diamond-set rectangle intertwined with an open diamond-set square, joined by 4 diamond-set bar links and 7 old European-cut diamonds