• Pave Diamond And Plique-a-jour Enamel Brooch:
  • Lalique pansy brooch
  • Lalique pansy brooch-walters art museum detail ~
  • Pattern Think of Design Elements as raw materials. These raw materials can be applied to Design Principles. In other words, pattern can be used to create balance, contrast, emphasis, rhythm, scale/proportion, unity and variety........ Pattern involves repetition of shapes or marks to add visual interest. The pattern may be simple or intricate, bold or subtle. Jasmin Watson.
  • Bagués-Masriera's Barcelona multicolor enamel ring
  • Pendant, René Jules Lalique, ca. 1900, gold, diamond, etched glass, plique-à-jour, height: 9.5 cm, width: 7 cm, length: 28 cm (chain)
  • Plique-à-jour enamel Ring
  • Diana Telesheva Moscow State University of Design & Technology, Moscow First Place, Future of the Industry A childhood image inspired Diana Telesheva of the Moscow State University of Design & Technology in Moscow, Russia, to create her Butterflies ring. “On an unpaved village road I saw butterflies that were sticking close together in a ball,” she says. “They were literally clamped to each other’s wings. I decided that the same image may be used in jewelry, and I decided to bring it to life.”
  • Luxor Bowl
  • IVAN KHLEBNIKOV Plique-a-jour Enamel Bowl Russia 1908-1917 A Russian silver gilt and plique-a-jour enamel bowl, Ivan Khlebnikov, Moscow, 1908-1917. Of shaped circular form on a flaring base, the body worked in fluted panels of scrolling foliate multi-color translucent enamel within bands of red enamel beads, the rim with twisted ropework border. Diameter: 5 1/2
  • Japanese Plique a Jour Cloisonne Enamel Bowl.
  • A Norwegian 'double horse head' silver gilt and plique-a-jour enamel open salt, Marius Hammer, circa 1900.
  • French 1900 Anemone bowl in gold and plique-a jour enamel bowl by André-Fernand Thesmar (1843-1912),
  • A Russian silver gilt and plique-a-jour enamel beaker by Ovchinnikov, Moscow, circa 1908-1917. Of tapering cylinsrical form on a flared foot, the body worked in arched panels of multi-color stylized foliate motifs beneath a band of circular roundels, the rim and foot with applied cloisonne floral bands.
  • Fernand Thesmar. V&A Museum. Bowl. 1893. Gold, plique-à-jour enamel
  • Fernand Thesmar. Musée des Arts Décoratifs. Coupe. 1890'. Email translucide cloisonné à jour, or
  • Andre Fernand Thesmar, Cornflower Cloisonne Bowl
  • Diane Echnoz Almeyda, Keepsake Treasures, IGMA fellow - plique-a-jour enameling, hummingbird bowl, height 42 mm, 1.65
  • On its' side ... A SILVER GILT, PLIQUE-A-JOUR AND CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL GOBLET, IN THE RUSSIAN STYLE, 2ND HALF 20TH CENTURY. (upright view on the site)
  • Morning Glory Brooch/Pendant, Marcus & Co., American c. 1900, Plique a jour, gold. Photo coutesy of Siegelson Inc.
  • ART NOUVEAU PLIQUE-À-JOUR ENAMEL AND DIAMOND LEAF BROOCH, FRENCH, CIRCA 1900. Designed as a maple leaf of shaded green and gold plique-à-jour enamel, accented throughout with rose-cut diamonds, mounted in gold and platinum, indistinct maker's mark possibly HB, French assay mark, brooch fitting detachable, pendant loops at the top.
  • Gustav Gaudernack design for David Andersen. Dragonfly vase in gilt silver and plique-a-jour enamel . 1908. Location Unknown
  • Unique Lamp
  • Art Nouveau J. Tostrup Vase - 1902 - Design by Thorolf Prytz (Norwegian, 1858-1938) - H: 20.5 cm. - @~ Mlle
  • AN ART NOUVEAU ENAMEL AND SILVER-GILT TABLE CLOCK, BY EUGÈNE FEUILLÂTRE. The yellow enamel dial with green Roman numerals and two butterflies adorning the centre, to the orange and green partially foiled and plique-à-jour enamelled floral case and sculpted foliate silver gilt top and reverse, with keywound brass movement, circa 1900, 16.4 x 8.3 cm, with French assay mark for gold and silver. Case signed by Feuillâtre, movement signed by Lépine, no. 28962 | JV
  • Vase by Bohemian goldsmith Gustav Gaudernack {1904}
  • A Russian silver gilt and plique-a-jour enamel charka, Moscow, circa 1890
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  • A Russian silver gilt and plique-a-jour enamel footed bowl, Moscow, circa 1890. The hemispherical bowl decorated with translucent multi-color enamel branches, birds, flowers and foliage on a gilt stippled ground with rope-work rim, the stem similarly decorated.
  • Gustav Gaudernack. Design (2) for decorative vase in silver and plique-a-jour enamel with peony motif. Signed G. Gaudernack 1904. The vase was produced by David Andersen and exhibited at the St.Louis World fair in 1910. Earning Gustav Gaudernack the Grand Prize in this class. Final design. Norwegian National Museum of Art.
  • Ilgiz F. Bee ring, Plique-à-jour vitreous enamel, gold and diamonds.
  • D. Andersen Plique Viking Boat
  • Diane Echnoz Almeyda, Keepsake Treasures, IGMA fellow - plique-a-jour enameling, hummingbird bowl, height 42 mm, 1.65