RENÉ LALIQUE | An Art Nouveau glass, enamel and gilt metal brooch - circa 1910. The glass brooch moulded with a motif of two pheasants, enamelled in translucent green on glossy reflective background, mounted in gilt metal.
Art Nouveau Artists, Lalique Jewelry - He applied glass to different settings, creating the marketing concept of selling perfume in ornate bottles instead of ordinary and designing elaborate glass interiors for luxury trains and ocean liners.
This Lalique brooch was discovered during an Antiques Roadshow in the Netherlands. The private owner inherited it from her grandfather, who had bought it directly from René Lalique. It was the most precious and valuable item ever to be found in this show.