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R. Lalique Pendant
French Art Nouveau moulded glass pendant made in the early 1920’s by René Lalique for the house of Fioret, Paris to adorn their perfume bottles.
A rounded triangle shape with the nude figure of a young woman swirling a long ribbon or scarf down one side and the bough of an old tree on the other.
Attached to an old rich blue knotted cord with a long matching tassel at the foot.
Signed on the smooth reverse, R. Lalique France and with a width of 3.5 cm.
There is a stable hairline crack at the top right corner which can be seen in our photos. This is not unusual and has been noticed in other examples of the same pendant that we’ve come across from time to time.