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Kim Loves Vintage is happy to announce her new location at both of Thaila's American Eagle Antique Malls in Dade City, Florida. Stop by and visit with Kim on Special Event weekends. Dade City has so many organized city wide activities that it has bcome a destination for antique shoppers all over central Florida Make an appointment and Kim will assist you personally. Brides, make your appointments early for the best selection.
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1980 item #1089872 (stock #719TXCO)
Kim Loves Vintage
$400.00
This sculpted sterling cable bracelet is signed Hecho in Mexico, 925 and what appears to be T-S, 57 - which indicates that it was made in Taxco by an artist whose name began with S, he would have been the 57th silversmith with the name beginning with an S. If you look at the new David Yurman cuff bracelets you will think he has taken his inspiration from the early 20th century Mexican silver artisans. This cuff is a full 2 inches at its widest point and can be adjusted to fit 6 to 8 inch wrists comfortably.It is quite heavy and extraordinarily well made.
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1950 item #991787 (stock #421MEX)
Kim Loves Vintage
$145.00
8" X 1.25" Sterling bracelet signed Silver Mexico, it is sterling. Beautiful 6 flowers link together to make this great bracelet. Circa 1950 this bracelet was probably purchased as a souvenir on a trip to Mexico. I love it but can't keep them all.
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1950 item #961956 (stock #1214TX)
Kim Loves Vintage
$325.00
This very desirable Maguey Taxco designed Bracelet is hallmarked with Hecho en Taxco 925, with the initials JST in the center of the mark. The bracelet consists of 5 individual segments connected with double soldered connectors. This bracelet is only 6.5 inches so perfect for a smaller wrist. Excellent vintage slightly worn condition.
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1980 item #958951 (stock #12002TXCO)
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Great Signed Taxco Mexican Sterling Cuff Bracelet. Very substantial signed bracelet 925 Mexico TB-166. Great condition. Probably from the 1970's. Good Weight and Size, almost 1 inch wide.
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1950 item #956159 (stock #1123WSRL)
Kim Loves Vintage
$1500.00
Wonderful UNSIGNED sterling "River of Life" bracelet has been verified as a Period Copy of the famous bracelet design attributed to William Spratling with the matching Signed earrings. This bold, heavy silver cuff bracelet was one of Spratling's most popular designs both in the 1930s - mid 1940s and remains popular today! Its design is a wonderful example of Spratling's earliest work: silver balls, silver beads, rope trim, and heavy carved incised lines. Spratling described this design as a wide Aztec bracelet with framed buttons. Spratling did not produce this design after 1946. The bracelet is substantial 1 and 7/8 inches wide and the earrings are 3/4 inches wide with a 3/8” dome. These earrings are known as Half ball silver earrings. According to Spratling's autobiography "File on Spratling," this was one of his earliest designs. He continued to produce these earrings until early 1946 according to www.spratlingsilver.com. I purchased these items together from an estate along with some other early Mexican Silver pieces. The River of Life Bracelet is one of Spratlings best known designs. This bracelet is very substantial and has appropriate patina and wear for the age. The domed areas have some dings, but for me that indicates that this bracelet was a favorite and was worn and enjoyed regularly by the original owner. The earrings have wonderful patina and are fully hallmarked with the ca. 1940's stamp. I have included lots of photos. Any other questions, please feel free to contact me.