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.
This vintage Hector Aguilar Sterling Silver belt buckle is signed with the earliest HA Hector Aguilar hallmark and marked 940 for sterling content and TAXCO. These marks date the buckle to 1940-45. The buckle measures approximately 2-1/8" by 1-1/2" and will take up to a 1" belt. Weighs 28.4 grams. Beautiful condition - no dings, dents or repairs. The buckle was designed with an intentional curve.
These Mexican modernist earrings make me smile! They are in the form of a person constructed so that all parts of the body swing with movement. They are inlaid with onyx. They are for pierced ears and are comfortable to wear (not heavy).
This mid century vintage Mexican dangles pin is inlaid with azurite. Silver wire work surrounds the edge of the pin. It can be worn as either a pin or a pendant as there is also a ring to thread a chain through.
Measurements: Diameter of the main pin is 1 3/4" Length with the dangles is 2 3/8"