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L'Oiseau de Feu Earrings, Large

L'Oiseau de Feu Earrings, Large

YELLOW GOLD, SAPPHIRES, DIAMONDS, FIRE OPALS, JADE, CARNELIAN, LACQUER

Regular price £19,300
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Description

L'Oiseau de Feu draws its inspiration from the heart of the eponymous ballet. The costume of the title role, designed by Léon Bakst, had inspired René Lalique to create a glass sculpture in 1922. Today, a fine jewellery ornament reinterprets this flamboyant costume through the brilliance of yellow gold, orange sapphire or fire opal.

Product information

    • 18K yellow gold
    • 2 pear cut fire opals for 3.22 carats
    • 2 pear cut orange sapphires for 1.18 carats
    • 50 round diamonds for 1.49 carat (HSI quality)
    • 2 orange carnelian beads (diameter: 12mm)
    • 4 engraved white jade beads
    • Black jade
  • Dimensions: H 109 x W 27 mm
    • Dimensions are an approximate value
  • Clasp system: Clip

Delivery & returns

Shipping

The average delivery time to the UK is between 2 to 4 business days from the order confirmation.

For delivery outside the UK, we invite you to contact our Conduit Street store, which will be happy to take your order, by email at shop.london.cs@lalique.fr or by phone at 0044 20 7292 0444.

We offer free shipping on any order over £300.

Purchases are delivered in a unique black box tied with a white ribbon, with the exception of perfumes and candles. If you choose to send this piece as a gift, you have the option to include a note with a personal message.

For more information about delivery, we invite you to consult our Shipping Page.

Payment

Payment methods: Visa®, MasterCard®, American Express®.

Payments via check and bank transfer are not accepted.

Return policy

A return for this item may be initiated within 28 days of delivery.

To learn more about returns and refunds, please click here.

Reference: 10536800

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    The inspiration

    L'Oiseau de Feu draws its inspiration from the heart of the eponymous ballet. The costume of the title role, designed by Léon Bakst, had inspired René Lalique to create a glass sculpture in 1922. Today, a fine jewellery ornament reinterprets this flamboyant costume through the brilliance of yellow gold, orange sapphire or fire opal.

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