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Lovely from Lalique

The bracelet in the Lalique Pivoine Fashion Jewelery Collection in a shade of pearly white. Photo ©Courtesy Lalique. Handout via The Gourmet Gazette

Paris, France – The house of Lalique has brought out a new shade for its iconic Pivoine (peony) Fashion Jewelry Collection. The peony carries on the floral repertoire that was inspired by René Lalique’s original designs. The flower is a symbol of prosperity, beauty and honor, an emblematic and fragrant flower. And just as in the garden where some varieties of peonies can change color, Lalique has brought out its peony line in a new color, pearly white, which enriches the collection already available in pearly pink and red.

The ring in the Lalique Pivoine Fashion Jewelery Collection in a shade of pearly white. Photo ©Courtesy Lalique. Handout via The Gourmet Gazette

The collection includes a bracelet, a necklace, earrings and rings in pearly clear crystal on 18K plated yellow gold. Another new piece of jewelry from Lalique for either men or women are the Perles cufflinks which are inspired by the Perles decorative panel designed by René Lalique in 1934. Design and timeless elegance describe the cufflinks with their burst of fine crystal droplets and the Art Deco flair that Lalique is famous for. René Lalique pioneered the melange of enamel, crystal and glass used side by side with precious stones and metals.
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The Perles cufflinks from Lalique’s Perles Collection. Photo ©Courtesy Lalique. Handout via The Gourmet Gazette

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