Wood and Mother-of-pearl Pendant, Attributed to Alexandre Noll, c. 1950s, designed as a face in profile, 2 1/2 x 1 1/2 in., suspended from leather cord, unsigned.
Note: Alexandre Noll (1890-1970) began woodcarving during the First World War. He then began working as an artist for department stores, and Paul Poiret commissioned him to make decorative objects and household goods. He is best known for his wood sculptures.
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