René Lalique (Aÿ, 1860 - Paris, 1945), Art Nouveau 'pansy' bracelet, Paris, circa 1901-02. Gold, sapphire, enamel, pearl and glass, 18 x 3.5 cm (7 x 1.4 in.). Signed 'LALIQUE'. © Epoque Fine Jewels at TEFAF 2019, stand 186.
Cartier, 'Collier de chien', Paris, circa 1910. Platinum and diamond, 30.5 x 3.5 cm (12 x 1.4 in.) Signed 'CARTIER PARIS LONDRES NEW YORK'. © Epoque Fine Jewels at TEFAF 2019, stand 186.
This collier is illustrating the perfection of the Garland style.
Epoque Fine Jewels was founded in 1958 by Nicole Verschuere and is dealing in high quality antique and period jewellery. Today Epoque Fine Jewels is still a family-owned firm located in Belgium.
The collection includes rare and exquisite pieces by famous jewellers such as Cartier, René Lalique, Van Cleef & Arpels, Boucheron, Mauboussin, Tiffany ...