Vintage ENRIQUE LEDESMA sterling and green malachite necklace. After working for William Spratling, Los Castillo and later Hector Aguilar, Ledesma opened his own shop about 1950. He is recognized for fine silver and lapidary work. This necklace shows off both skills.
A wonderful Silver Victorian Cuff Bracelet - Not hallmarked, does test silver and is guaranteed. A lot of Victorian jewelry was not hallmarked. The English were not required by law to hallmark small items made of gold or silver until the 1880's. This bracelet is probably from the early 1880's.
A very charming and rare figural sterling silver luggage tag in the form of an early satchel with an umbrella on top. Made by Frank Whiting with the pre-1896 mark. The back reads "J.F. Donnell, Festus, Mo.
An extremely fine & rare sterling silver and enamel brooch by Charles Horner. Gorgeous enamel in storm cloud blues and greens with a touch of purple. The brooch measures 1 1/8" across x 1" long. It is marked on the back with the full assay office marks for Chester with the date letter J for 1909 and CH for Charles Horner. Excellent condition with no damage to the enamel.