A few sparkly bits found drifting by from French master designer René Lalique from the collection of the Calouste Gulbenkian Museum, Lisbon. Living from 1860 to 1945 there wasn’t anything a Lalique reworking did not improve.

Female figure neck collar. 1900.
Female figure neck collar. 1898-1900. Chiseled gold, chrysoprase and enamel. Image ©2018 Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation. Fair use license. via https://gulbenkian.pt/museu/en/works_museu/female-figure-neck-collar/
Centerpiece. 1903-1905.
Centerpiece. 1903-1905. Silver and glass. Design of a a female figure, appearing amid aquatic flora and fauna. Image ©2018 Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation. Fair use license. via https://gulbenkian.pt/museu/en/works_museu/centrepiece/
Chalice with motifs and figures. ca. 1899-1901.
Chalice with motifs and figures. ca. 1899-1901. Glass, silver and bronze. ©2018 Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation. Fair use license. via https://gulbenkian.pt/museu/en/works_museu/chalice-with-vine-motifs-and-figures/
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A bit of gleaming Art Nouveau to glitz up anyone’s coffee table. Magazine covers and an oddment or two that snuck in when no one was looking. French. Louis Théophile Hingre, illustrator (1832-1901). All works in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1924.

Cover art for a 1915 issue of the Delineator.
Cover art for a 1915 issue of the Delineator. via https://largesizepaintings.blogspot.com/2011/03/
Goddess Ceres. Illustration.
Goddess Ceres. Illustration. via https://twitter.com/navymat/status/812031255340548096
Lady angel.
Lady angel. via https://www.ebay.com/itm/Louis-Theophile-Hingre-Lady-Angel-/253785009034

Jugendstil with a Norwegian twist in colors as grand as the Northern Lights to make the coldest heart dance. Living from 1865 to 1914, Gustav Gaudernack worked in both gold and glass.

Dragonfly. 1905-1908.
Dragonfly. 1905-1908. Gold, silver and enamel. Collection of the Nasjonalmuseet, Oslo. In the public domain in the United States because the artist has been dead over 70 years. via http://samling.nasjonalmuseet.no/en/object/OK-2003-0087
Spoons. 1905-1910.
Spoons. 1905-1910. Gold-plated silver with mining enamel. Image © Nasjonalmuseet, Oslo. In the public domain in the United States because the artist has been dead over 70 years. via http://samling.nasjonalmuseet.no/en/object/OK-1983-0078D
Dish with stem. 1904-1905
Dish with stem. 1904-1905. Silver gilding and plique-a-jour enamel. Collection of the Walters Museum, Baltimore. CC0 0 License. via https://art.thewalters.org/detail/82522/art-nouveau-dish-with-stem/
Dish. 1895.
Dish. 1895. Cast and gilt silver with plique-a-jour enamel. Image © the Nasjonalmuseet, Oslo. In the public domain in the United States because the artist has been dead over 70 years. via http://samling.nasjonalmuseet.no/en/object/OK-1992-0109#

A few sparkly bits in sterling silver by Jules Habert-Dys who lived in France from 1850 to 1930 and mostly did other creative things much of it Art Nouveau in style. .pretty they are but the light just doesn’t bounce off the same. . .

Vase. 1904.
Vase. 1904. A collaboration with goldsmith Fernand Poisson. Cc licence 3.0. Collection of the Musée d’Orsay, Paris. via https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Jules_habert-dys_e_fernand_poisson,_vaso,_francia_1904,_argento.JPG.
Vase in the design of three cicadas standing on the tips of their wings.
Vase in the design of three cicadas standing on the tips of their wings. Patinated bronze, gilded, silver, enamel, agate and solid silver. Attributed to Jules Habert-Dys. Photo credit: Droits Reserves. Artwork in the public domain because the artist has been dead over 70 years. via https://www.letelegramme.fr/bretagne/rennes-a-196-000-eur-un-vase-d-habert-dys-enflamme-les-encheres-25-06-2015-10681355.php.
Lidded caviar server. 1905.
Lidded caviar server. 1905. Silver with blue enamel. Artwork in the public domain. Collection of the Minneapolis Institute of Art. via https://collections.artsmia.org/art/40885/caviar-server-jules-auguste-habert-dys.

Posters and illustrations with graphics to die for . . . .one gets the feeling that anything Koloman Moser jazzed up the imagery for was a smash hit . . . Living from 1868 to 1918, he was a member of the Vienna and Wiener Secessions along with Gustav Klimt.

1900. Done for an issue of the secessionist magazine "Die Fläche".
1900. Done for an issue of the Secessionist magazine “Die Fläche”.  via https://largesizepaintings.blogspot.com/2011/06/koloman-moser-1868-1918.html.
Artwork for the calendar "de Fromme." 1899.
Artwork for the calendar “de Fromme.” 1899. via https://es.artsdot.com/@@/8XYDUB-Koloman-Moser-Cartel-para-el-calendario-de-Fromme.
"A modern Tantalus." Illustration for "Meggendorfer Blätter." ca. 1895.
“A modern Tantalus”, illustration for “Meggendorfer Blätter” which was an art and satire magazine. ca. 1895. via https://www.levante-emv.com/especiales/bellezayabismo/koloman-moser.html.
Poster for "Richardsquelle." 1899. Color lithograph.
Poster for “Richardsquelle.” 1899. Color lithograph. via https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/b/bc/Kolo_Moser_-_Richardsquelle_-_1899.jpeg.
Poster for the 5th Exhibition of the Wiener Secession. 1905.
Poster for the 5th Exhibition of the Wiener Secession. 1905. via http://iwate-kokyo.info/imagesgkl-secession-poster.shtm.

All artwork in the public domain due to age.

Henri Meunier (1873-1922). Belgian. Art Nouveau. Illustrator and poster designer.

Poster for the Concerts Ysaye. 1895.
Poster for the Concerts Ysaye. 1895. via pinterest.com. In the public domain.
"L 'Heure Du Silence". 1897.
“L’Heure du Silence”. 1897. via magnoliabox.com. In the public domain.
Carte postale with a lobster theme. ca. 1895-1900.
Carte postale with a lobster theme. ca. 1895-1900. via pinterest.com. In the public domain.
Jeu de Cartes Estétique. (Playing cards).
Jeu de Cartes Estétique Nº1 (playing cards) Henri Meunier, designer. Ernotte Michaux, publisher. via pinterest.com and wopc.co.uk. In the public domain.