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Eugène Feuillâtre Enamel Orange Blossom Pendant Necklace


This decadent Art Nouveau pendant by master enamelist Eugène Feuillâtre captures the beauty and essence of summer’s fragile flowers. Depicting a single, delicate vine of orange blossoms among heart-shaped leaves set against a pale blue sky, this bell-shaped pendant necklace, with an accompanying chain that was added later, makes for a sweet token of affection.


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Item #: PT-18013
Artist: Eugène Feuillâtre, Paris
Country: France
Circa: 1900
Size: 2.25” length, 0.375" to 1.25” width (pendant); 18.5 " length (pendant with later added chain)
Materials: Enamel; 18K Gold
Signed: Feuillâtre house and French control marks

An extraordinary enamelist, Eugène Feuillâtre became the head of René Lalique’s workshop at age twenty, during Lalique’s most celebrated period as a jeweler. Striking out on his own in 1898, he earned a gold medal at the 1900 Paris Exposition.