Morning sparkles from French jeweler Lucien Falize who pioneered what became Art Nouveau. Living from 1839 to 1897, he took what he learned from his jeweler father and took a voyage to the fantastic.

Brooch. 1858.
Brooch. 1858. Gold, aluminum and lapis lazuli. Image © Schmuckmuseum Pforzheim. Photo credit: Petra Jaschke. Fair use license. via http://www.design-is-fine.org/post/140963313221/lucien-falize-brooch-1858-gold-aluminium
Button with the motif of a wyvern.  ca. 1880.
Button with the motif of a wyvern. ca. 1880. Enamel and gold. Inspired by animals in medieval illuminations. Image ©Anthony NV Mechelsesteenweg. Fair use license. via http://www.anthony.be/wp/gold-enamelled-button-lucien-falize/
Bracelet in the style of medieval book illumination. ca. 1880.
Bracelet in the style of medieval book illumination. ca. 1880. Paris, France. Image © Copyright 2019 · All Rights Reserved · Ganoksin. Fair use license. via https://www.ganoksin.com/article/written-word-remains/
Pair of table lamps. ca. 1895.
Pair of table lamps. ca. 1895. Collaboration with Emile Gallé who made the tulip shaped colored glass lights. Conch shell motif bases and stems in silver gilt by Falize. Image © 2019 Richard Redding Antiques Ltd, Gündisau. Fair use license. via https://www.richardreddingantiques.com/artists/280-lucien-falize%2C-emile-gall/works/9756/
Jewelry box. ca. 1875.
Jewelry box. ca. 1875. Made by Lucien and Alexis Falize. Collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Cc0 license 1.0. via https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Falize_jewellery_box.jpg
Bracelet with Persian influences. 1880.
Bracelet with Persian influences. 1880. In the public domain because it was published before January 1, 1924. via https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Persian_bracelet_falize.jpg
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