French Art Nouveau Signed Lucien Gaillard for Gautrait Enamel Necklace C.1900

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French Art Nouveau Signed Lucien Gaillard for Gautrait 18K Enamel Diamond and Pearl Necklace, C.1900.The Necklace suspending a horizontal and open pear shape pendant with green enamel festoon green enamel diamond and pearl drop all suspended from pearl and gold cable chain with circular spring clasp with makers mark LG for Lucien Gaillard. Reverse of Necklace also stamped Gautrait. Length: 20.5 inches. Drop: 3.00 x 1.75 inches. Item Weight: 15.70 grams. Minimal slight wear to enamel commensurate with age, mentioned for accuracy purposes only.

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French Art Nouveau Signed Lucien Gaillard for Gautrait 18K Enamel Diamond and Pearl Necklace, C.1900.The Necklace suspending a horizontal and open pear shape pendant with green enamel festoon green enamel diamond and pearl drop all suspended from pearl and gold cable chain with circular spring clasp with makers mark LG for Lucien Gaillard. Reverse of Necklace also stamped Gautrait. Length: 20.5 inches. Drop: 3.00 x 1.75 inches. Item Weight: 15.70 grams. Minimal slight wear to enamel commensurate with age, mentioned for accuracy purposes only.

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