An interesting Mexican silver brooch in a Pre Columbian design. This large brooch is signed Aguilar, Hecho en Mexico 900. Measures 3" long and 2 1/4" across. Very nice condition, dark patina and heavy. Has an early 'C' clasp. Striking design!
Beautiful hand wrought pair of sterling silver candlesticks in bell form designed and signed by American and Taxco, Mexico artist William Spratling(1900-67). Each stands 4 inches high. Base measures 3" across. 350 grams, 12.05 oz. No dents, dings or repairs. Each stamped WS SPRATLING SILVER MADE IN MEXICO. Pictured on spratlingsilver.com.
A sterling silver vintage modernist pendant signed J. Leslie Handwrought, Sterling and the conjoined letters JR. In the shape of a star with the center cut open. Measures 1 3/4" across and 1 3/4" down. Has a large bale so can be worn on a neck ring or a chain. Nice weight and condition, has some minor surface scratches. Great design.
A nice quality sterling silver pin by master silversmith Carl Ruopoli of New York. It is made in the Danish style and has the substantial feel of a quality piece. It bears the maker and sterling marks on the back, and has a very secure rollover clasp. The molding is crisp, with oval plaques bisected with highly contrasting scalloped and scrolled reserves. The pin measures 1 ¾ inches in diameter. Weight: 17.6 grams
This dramatic sterling silver bracelet features large, novelty charms on a thick chain, all marked Mexico. The charms consist of a ewer, an Aztec-style sun disc, a bell, what looks to be a cookstove, a sandal, a sombrero and a jug. All show very little wear. The bracelet’s box clasp is marked Castelan, a Taxco maker, and has marks for Mexico and sterling, including an eagle 15. The bracelet measures 7 inches long; the longest charms drop about 2 inches. Weight: 56.9 grams
Made of interlocking solid box links, this sterling silver chain has a sturdy feel and appears to have been hand-assembled. It has a novel W-shaped clasp. It is unmarked, but tests as sterling silver. The links are well designed and have a smooth, snake-like movement. The chain measures 26 ½ inches long, unclasped. The links measure about 1/8 inch thick. Weight: 28.1 grams
A pair of vintage modernist sterling silver screw back earrings from Taxco, Mexico. Signed M. Ocampo, 925, Taxco Mex. Measure 1 3/4" long and 3/4" across. Interesting layered design. Screw backs hold tightly. Nice vintage condition, a little scratching to the surface and some minor tarnish. Look great on! Probably pre eagle.
Charming Victorian bohemian garnet pin set in vermeil. Brilliant red garnets that are all there and has the original "C" clasp.
It measures 1 1/4" diameter. Wonderful sparkle for your blouse or sweater.
Rare vintage sterling silver and sodalite necklace and earrings designed and signed c. 1950's by Taxco, Mexico modernist designer Antonio Pineda (1919-2009). Comprised of 14 sterling silver bezel set links each holding a deep blue stone veined with cream to gold calcite accents. Necklace measures 15 1/2" wearable length and 5/8" wide. Slide in clasp is tight and secure. Screw back earrings are 1 1/2" long and designed with the same open silver platform backing as the necklace...
Long and beautiful 1930's-40's nephrite jade and sterling earrings. These are screw backs measuring 2 3/8" long and 1/2" wide at the bottom of the drop. They are in fine original condition, no chips or cracks to the jade and a wonderful deep green color. The screw back is marked sterling. These are gorgeous.
(Cuff SOLD, Earrings still available.) Great looking handmade sterling cuff and matching earrings by Arizona Modernist H. Fred Skaggs. Minimalist design but very interesting and beautiful craftsmanship. Heavy gauge sterling pieces all in fine original condition. The cuff measures 5 3/4" around in the inside with a 1" opening and is 1 1/2" wide. The earrings measure 1 1/4" by 1 1/4". All pieces are signed Sterling Hand Made H. Fred Skaggs. It is a lovely set and very wearable.
An intricate layered sterling silver bracelet with four onyx bezel set cabochons. Signed Sterling Mexico AM. Measures 7 1/2" around and 3/4" wide. Has a box clasp that snaps tightly. Wonderful patina, great condition. Very striking design.
A vintage modernist Taxco Mexico sterling silver ring. Made up of eight interlocking balls. About a size 7, but can be adjusted. Signed inside Taxco, Mexico, 925, around the initials MTL. Has an eagle #3 on the back of the shank. Nice condition, no dings that we see, has some tarnish. Looks great on!
A vintage Mexican silver and amethyst brooch in the form of a large poppy. Measures 3 1/4" long and 2 1/4" across. Marked Silver Mexico on the back. Has a rollover safety clasp that holds tightly. Very nice condition, warm patina. Pre eagle.
A vintage modernist sterling silver and Porcelain ring. Marked with the anchor and 2 Ps for Porsgrund Porselen, 925S, Norway and Sterling. Designed by Anne Marie Odegard, (AMO). Measures about a size seven, but can be adjusted. Center section measures 7/8" across. Wonderful condition, looks great on.
Kaunis Koru modernist sterling silver and tiger eye ring
Face diameter 3/4"
Very good vintage condition
A fun pair of sterling silver and stone inlay earrings from Taxco, Mexico. These screw backs are in the shape of feet made from crushed stone outlined and backed with sterling silver. Measure 1" long and 1/2" across. Marked Sterling Taxco on the back of the earrings and Silver Mexico on the screw backs. Screw backs hold tightly. Pre Eagle.
An interesting sterling silver brooch. The three dimensional head of a woman wearing a headdress surrounded by a hammered silver concave disk. Could be Mexican or Latin American. Not sure. Measures 2" across. Has a rollover safety clasp that holds tightly. Marked Sterling. Very cool design!