Two dramatic, rare designs in sterling silver by Los Castillo. Leaf pin dates to the early 1940's; measures 3 3/4" from stem to tip. Can be worn equally well in any direction.
Circle pin dates circa 1950. Measures 2 1/8" in diameter. Finely detailed.
Both in excellent condition.
Silver and Gold Moneyclip $450
Horseshoe Paperweight SOLD
Both of these accessories have the substantial weight one would expect from Tiffany. Moneyclip is 2 1/4" long by 3/4" wide; sterling with 18 karat gold band down the center; $450.
Sterling Horseshoe is 2 7/8" wide and 3" long. Has all the detail of an actual horseshoe SOLD
Two unusual designs by Antonio Pineda, highly collectible Mexican designer. Both in excellent original condition. Antonio was one of the few early Mexican designers who combined silver with pearls.
Earrings measure 1 1/4" in length and 3/4" at widest.
Brooch is 970 silver. Measures 2 1/2" x 1 1/2". Looks equally good worn vertically or horizontally.
Arrow pin on top - SOLD; Tulips pin on bottom $595
Two early Mexican silver brooches by William Spratling. Circa 1940.
Arrow measures 3 inches across. Has slight dimple in center circle.
Silver and amethyst Tulips brooch is 2 1/4" wide and 1" from top to bottom. Excellent condition; $595.
Two pairs of Mexican silver earrings, sold separately. Enamel pair on left are a beautiful shade of peacock blue with black. Measure 1 1/2" in length including silver ball and 7/8" wide. Identical to design by Margot de Taxco but not signed as such.
Silver locks with keys are unusual and whimsical. Fully marked with Margot signature. Measure 1 1/8" in length (without chain) and almost 3/4" wide. Both pairs in excellent condition.
This is a set of four exquisite sterling and ebony small cups. In the United States, they would be referred to as cordials; in Mexico they are for tequila. Each measures 2 1/2" tall; excellent condition. Rare and beautiful.
Early, heavy sterling silver bracelet by Los Castillo. Wonderfully three dimensional. Fits average size wrist (safety chain makes it difficult to measure precisely). Original safety chain replaced with one that is not integral to the piece and can easily be removed. Circa 1950.
Two pairs of sterling and ebony earrings by the silver master, William Spratling. Pair on left is cabochon shaped; measures almost 3/4" in diameter; $395.
Wood is flat on right pair with dome shaped silver center; 5/8" diameter; SOLD