Unusual silver bracelet by Mexican designer, Violante Ulrich. The three dimensionality of the rectangular links is heightened by oxidation to blacken the interiors. Each link measures 1" x 5/8". Violante grew up on the Spratling Ranch where she was trained in silversmithing since childhood.
Handmade sterling silver pendant with raised circles of eighteen karat gold and silver. The two stones are most likely peridot and blue topaz. Measures 1 1/4" in diameter. Hung on a 17" sterling chain.
Four pillboxes by early Mexican silver designer, Fred Davis. Three have turquoise stones and one is amethyst. Made circa 1930's.
Large box SOLD
Each smaller one is 3/4" x 1". Amethyst box in center is SOLD.
All are in excellent condition.
Original pattern appliqued quilt that can be most closely named Crossed Tulips. The primary pattern has four flowers coming from a central shape. A secondary pattern is created by the meeting of four tulips in the off blocks. Nicely quilted in cross hatch pattern. Framed by a swag and bow border on two sides and double rows of undulating lines on the opposing sides. Very good, unwashed condition with several very light smudges. Measures 79" x 94"; circa 1850.
Sterling silver necklace by New York designer, Robert Lee Morris. Morris was one of the first designers to present jewelry as wearable art in the 1970's. Chain measures 17" in length . Each oval dangle is 5/8" long. Excellent condition; probably from the 1980's.
Unusual variation of a Lancaster County, Pennsylvania Amish Nine Patch Quilt. The blocks are actually the same throughout, but the arrangement of colors gives the center grouping an entirely different appearance. Floral quilting in the border typical of the 1930's. Made mostly of wools with a cotton back. Very good condition; has a hint of a faded line visible in middle thumbnail photo but no other condition flaws. Measures 74" x 81".