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All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1950 item #1330857 (stock #162404)
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$950.00
Taxco 980 signed pieces are always quality. This link is 118 grams heavy and is the closest thing to the Coco design of the Spratling original necklace which is so very, very rare. The Taxco 980 necklace is 20in. long and has a depth of 7/16th's giving it even more dimension. No dents or damage and kept lovingly through time...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1960 item #1330496 (stock #162004)
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$1,750.00
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Today we are offering from the taller of Margot de Taxco a large floral necklace and matching bracelet. This design 5488 comes in two sizes with this being the larger example at 1.25in. tall. The repousse is thick silver and both pieces have a combined weight of 115 grams. The bracelet is 7in. long and it will hook into the necklace for a long chain. The necklace is 18in. long. Both are properly hallmarked as shown...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1950 item #1329285 (stock #150404)
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$1,200.00
We have a unique Los Ballesteros pectoral necklace with a drop of 2.75in.across and 2in. tall. The stone is a color changing synthetic that was widely used in the Spratling era by many tallers. The wearable length is just under 16in. Being a pectoral style the drop rests at just below the hollow of the neck and slightly tips outward making it very comfortable to wear. An extension is available if you desire to wear long instead of the pectoral length...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1950 item #1328940 (stock #163003)
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Once I held design 560 by Los Castillo I knew it was very special. The leaves curve around the wrist with heavy silver repousse. The weight is 101 grams and the links are 1 1/8th inch tall. No damage attests to the past owners who cherished this piece. The length fits most and it fits like a bangle. One needs the extra length that this example has to pass over the simple hook closure which it does effortlessly...
All Items : New Century : Jewelry : Earrings : Pre 1990 item #1328911 (stock #162903)
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$300.00
Matilde Poulat's nephew Ricardo Salas worked for his aunt since the opening of her shop Matl in 1934. These earrings are marked with the MS-12 which designates these were made after 1980. They are of quality construction showing calculated and skillful hand carving on the tops. The dangles hang just under an inch long with turquoise stones. The are a huge 1.5 inch roses. They are pierced...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1960 item #1328335 (stock #162103)
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$1,200.00
Antonio Pineda Smokey quartz love knot is shown in the book Silver Seduction by Gobi Stomberg. The mounting is made with thick silver and the faceted stone is large at 1in. tall and .75in. across. The facets are beautifully cut and the stone glows with gold sparks. The pictures in no way capture the stones fire. The pendant weighs a total of 45 grams...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1960 item #1328031 (stock #161703)
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$2,600.00
The tear drop is an iconic design for Antonio Pineda. This necklace is Properly signed as shown and with a weight of 126 grams that speaks of quality. Generously sized with a 5in. diameter makes this example approximately 17in. long. The stones are all original to the necklace and there is no damage to the stones or silver. The amethyst have white swirls and some internal striations and the purple is deep in color. All the terminals are in correct position with no bends so it lays perfectly when...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1960 item #1327842 (stock #161503)
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$3,300.00
The Swans signed by Antonio Pineda are graceful in design and the super high gold obsidian sheen is truly radiant. The earring and necklace are properly marked as shown and the weight is 121 grams which reflect the quality of this silver. There are no chips or damage of any kind. There is a 16.5 wearable length and the height of the necklace at the largest point is .75in. The earrings are the same size as the swans on the necklace and are also obsidian. A rare treasure for collectors and the ver...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1950 item #1327185 (stock #160803)
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$1,450.00
Today we have a signed Hector Aguilar necklace that was crafted before 1948. Jose Flores was allowed to also have his initials on some designs made in Aguilars shop and this is one of those pieces. The necklace is 17in. long and is .75in. tall. The silver is thick with a weight of 76 grams which is quite heavy with links that are open with space. With the silver at a higher content of 940 as marked the patina is warm and natural. There are no repairs or damage of any kind. Do not confuse this ne...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1950 item #1325605 (stock #162102)
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$950.00
We are looking at a signed Los Castillo design # 472. The necklace is 1 1/8th inches tall and has a comfortable length of 17.5in. Because of the height of this piece the wearable length is 16.5in. I have never seen this link in the past and it is made with open backed repousse which was used in the beginnings of the Mexican Silver Renaissance. The weight is a hefty 86 grams and reflects the quality of this necklace. This necklace came to me with a natural, very dark patina. There are no dents or...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1940 item #1325042 (stock #161702)
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$1,800.00
We are offering a signed William Sprating first phase pin / brooch. This design is also on the cover of Mexican Silver by Morril & Berk in the larger size. This is the middle size which measures 3in. tall and has a width of 2.25in. Many of the earliest works are open backed repousse such as this one is and has a weight of 20 grams. There is a double pin that flips up and snaps down. It is great for holding a shawl together because it is so easy to use. The hallmarks are correct and one is into t...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1950 item #1324131 (stock #160902)
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We have an unsigned beauty of obsidian drops and crafted of 114 grams of heavy silver to offer today. Jewels such as this one is truly rare and worth a spot in a collectors box even though signed only Mexico Silver. Standing 1 5/8ths inches tall it exudes an impressive presence. The patina is warm and natural. No dents, dings, chips or damage of any kind. There is a 17in. wearable for comfort, just LOOK AT THAT NECKLACE! ...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1950 item #1323835 (stock #160602)
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$2,400.00
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Hector Aguilar is known for his designs of quality Mexican silver. This is a hard to find Lyre design with a length of 16 inches. You need the length otherwise it would be a true choker. The height is .75in. with a depth of .25in. This link is a bit bigger than other Lyres. Because it is hand made they all can vary slightly. The condition is stellar with no dents or damage. The weight is 140 grams heavy which speaks to it's quality workmanship. If you are looking for an Aguilar that you can wea...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Gold : Mexican : Pre 1950 item #1322764 (stock #162601)
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$1,800.00
We are offering a Rivera 18kt solid gold Mexican Filigree cross with 11 very clear amethyst square cut gemstones with an exceptional dark purple color. The cross is a generous 2.5 inches tall without the bail and a 1.75 inch span across making a strong presence when worn. The gold is thick with elements laid on top of the base in the same manner as Matilde Poulat produced her works. It is marked several times on the back with 18kt and Rivera is engraved as well. There is no damage to either cros...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1950 item #1322225 (stock #162001)
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$2,600.00
Antonio Pineda designed for Tono from 1945 to 1948 per ONLINE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF SILVER MARKS,HALLMARKS AND MAKERS' MARKS. It is an earlier work of Antonio Pineda and these are the pieces that I like the most as they flow with swirls and reflect gorgeous silhouettes. The Amethyst are lozenge shape with a variety of white streams of color, solid color and some striations. All the stones are original to the mountings. The silver is thick that wraps around the stones and then ends in a twist on the en...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1950 item #1321824 (stock #161501)
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$375.00
This is a well made pre-1948 Mexican silver necklace in the Salvador Teran style. The hallmark reads MMC for the maker. There is a wearable length of 18in. At the widest part of the drop measures .75 tall. The repousse comes outward making the piece more of a statement. The background is Nielo and the designs are layered on top of that providing great dimension. The ornate drop measures 4 in. across and 3in. down. There is no damage of any kind and is a well cared for treasure. One of the pictur...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1940 item #1321403 (stock #161101)
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$530.00
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We have an early cuff and earring set that is marked with only Mexico Sterling. The filigree is thick and heavy. The frame going around is firm. The curls are precise and great care was made for the prongs that hold the stone to have the feel for the rest of the design with filigree loops. Leaves with a pretty patina adorn the back of each side. Please ask and I can send pictures of the markings. The gap is 1in. and the height is a huge 2.5in. tall. This is a substantial set weighing 74 grams. T...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1970 item #1320982 (stock #160601b)
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$550.00
Enrique Ledesma high sheen Mexican silver work of art weighing 50 grams and having a height of 7/8th of an inch. My pictures truly can not capture the beauty of this bracelet. In my hands the obsidian is BLAZING and I could not get one photo of it. There are reflections in the pictures, no loss or damage. An excellent example of Ledesma workmanship at a time before lazers were used to cut the jewelers stones. ...