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René Lalique Pendant ‘Feuilles de Lilas’*
Glass pendant known as ‘Feuilles de Lilas’ (Lilac Leaves) by René Lalique designed in 1919.
Made in a combination of clear and frosted glass in the shape of a cross with gently rounded corners and a domed top, with a design of random leaves of lilac on one side, the other being smooth.
The arms of the cross are drilled to accept the knotted black silk necklace cord which attaches to a pair of long tassels suspended below.
Model no. 1637 in the Lalique catalogue of the time and signed R. Lalique along one edge, the glass measures approximately 5.5 cm wide by a touch over 4.5 cm long.
The necklace cord has no clasp, simply fitting over the head, and is around 51 cm in length.