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Falize Jewelry

You are viewing a gorgeous 19th Century Alexis Falize Religious Cross Pendant!
The hand-crafted Cross is centered by a Medallion, depicting Jesus surrounded by a gold Hebrew lettering.

The intricate metalwork was designed by the most revered jeweler during his time, Falize which was then brought to life by his master artists!
Falize brought a revitalization to jewelry during the 19th century bringing together an array of cultures into his works of art.

This piece is measures approximately 4 3/8" in length and 2 5/8" in width.
There are few Falize pieces left in existence and most of them are displayed in some of the greatest Museums in the World.
This gorgeous and stunning Gold and Silver Religious Cross by Falize calls back to the commissioned works that Falize designed for royal families and private collections.
A piece designed by Alexis Falize is sure to be the center of conversation as a highlight of your collection because it is truly a piece of art that can be worn.
As you can see in the pictures the Falize name is engraved for authenticity.

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FALIZE History!

Alexis Falize (1811-1898) was first introduced to jewellery during his employment by the firm of Mellerio from 1833-1835, where his skills in draftsmanship and watercolor quickly led to him becoming a jewellery designer. By 1838, he had established his own business, supplying designs exclusively to the firm of Janisset until the Revolution of 1848. These became sought by many Parisian retailers for their unique style, inspired by a vast range of artistic sources from all over the world.
In particular, the wealth of material arriving in France from Japan proved a huge influence on Falize. It is known that he owned over fifty paper-bound volumes of woodblock prints by Japanese artists, of a type that was circulating throughout Paris during the 1860s. It was by studying these volumes that Falize was inspired to design the unique enamels for which he has become so famous. Within these volumes were sketches of a wide range of subjects, including flora and fauna, as well as symbolic Japanese objects including gourds, fans, and theatrical masks.
Falize chose to incorporate these motifs into his jewellery designs. The talented artist Antoine Tard was tasked with translating Falize's designs into enamel, using the tradtional Japanese method of cloisonné enamelling. The motifs which Falize chose to depict in his enamels were closely derivative to the Japanese style. In addition to his amazing enamel work, Falize was known for his private commissioned work as well. This work included many religious pieces, like this one, that used the designs of historical pieces and crafted them into powerful art.
Somewhere In Time

Ornate Alexis Falize Cross - Antique 18k Gold and Silver Cross

$14,950.00 USD
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  • Vintage item from the 1800s
  • Materials: gold, silver
  • Only ships to United States from California, United States.
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