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All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1960 item #1232911 (stock #CLAMNECKLACE)
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$300.00
A Maestro from the Spratling era but with a Mexico City designation and with a conjoined HT hallmark built this necklace of thick silver weighing approximately 77 grams. The silver pearls are without dents and may show reflections. The length is 15in. and height is one inch tall. It lays smooth against the skin and for a shorter necklace that is worn higher up it feels barely there...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1950 item #1232099 (stock #fredcrdesine)
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A very rare Fred Davis necklace with a statement making 1.25in. tall and weighing 135 grams. The length is 20 inches long but the actual wearable (because of it's width) is approximately a very comfortable 17.5in. The stones are varied and a light to dark milky swirl with no chips or damage. Please email for more information on this collector and museum quality treasure...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1960 item #1232094 (stock #margotbrace)
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$900.00
Another Margot van Voorhies Carr masterpiece properly hallmarked Margot de Taxco and without eagle sixteen as her very earliest work had no eagle and sometimes eagle 1. This is a very early design #5161. This example is one of the finest I have found. It is extra large weighing 90 grams heavy and is taller than most at 1.5in. tall. No damage or flaws just some flecks of patina which is warm and fabulous...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1970 item #1231774 (stock #apconvexbrac)
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$1,675.00
Antonio Pineda properly hallmarked this beauty that is 1in. wide but it looks like more because his design moves outward in the center for a convex shape of interlocking chevrons. The weight is a hefty 132 grams. These pictures are NOT photo shopped but the piece was very difficult to photograph with lots of reflections coming off the convex shape. The diameter is 2.25in. which will fit most...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1970 item #1230822 (stock #losballbeadb)
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$385.00
Los Ballesteros beads are not often seen and these are exceptional. The half inch wide beads are quite heavy at 50 grams and 8in. long. The fit is more like a 7 inch bracelet. Each bead is 1 in. long. Properly hallmarked as shown and with eagle. If you collect beads, you will love these...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1950 item #1230816 (stock #lghectorfern)
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$2,800.00
The Hector Aguilar largest fertility necklace is most rare and this one is an excellent example in beautiful condition. You can see from the underside that it is constructed of hinges just like the smaller counterpart fertility necklace that I also have on my site listed. It is built on an angle and has a 16in. wearable length. The weight is 110 grams with the drop (consisting of the center 3 links) being 1 6/16th's inches tall and 4.25in. across...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1960 item #1230812 (stock #Margotswanbr)
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$850.00
Margot de Taxco, Margot van Voorhies Carr shows off sheer genius in this 5127 design. Rare and 1.25in...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1970 item #1230195 (stock #spratbuckbra)
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$2,000.00
William Spratling is considered the father of Mexican silver for revitalizing the silver industry after the Mexican revolution. This is a fantastic piece that is adjustable within the 3 holes. The keeper snaps up to adjust the size. The length is 7in. long and is .75in. at it's widest with a weight of 80 grams. Properly hallmarked as shown and has a warm patina. LAYAWAY AVAILABLE ...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1950 item #1230194 (stock #sturqmatlear)
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Signed, authentic Matilde Poulat earrings that bear the early hallmark of cursive plaque Matl. The design focus is the S motif that is found somewhere and someplace in most of her designs. Length is 2in. long x 1.25in. wide. There is no damage. These were changed to pierced but the owner was quite smart and kept the original backs with the set so there is no perceived value lost. The stones are warmed turquoise and are beautifully set. ...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1940 item #1230039 (stock #mexcityamehn)
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$1,000.00
An example of hallmarked Mexico Silver which was made very early in Mexico City. The puffy repousse is gorgeous on this pectoral and is expertly carved. The small S links form the chain and are quite elegant. The stone in the center is 1in. across being amethyst and has no chips or damage. With the length being approximately 16in. long and the drop is 3.5in. across by 2.5in. tall you can see that this is a very nice size to wear anywhere. Collector quality and more, just LOOK AT THAT NECKLACE! L...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1960 item #1230035 (stock #margamethset)
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Margot van Voorhies Carr opened with her husband Antonio Castillo "Los Castillo" during the Spratling Era. After her divorce she opened her own shop called, Margot de Taxco. Here she designed incredible treasures like this amethyst cabochon necklace and bracelet # 5302. No damage or repairs and this is one of the BEST examples of this design I have ever come upon. The stones are gem quality with clarity and because they are a gem stone there is no mottle under the stone that develops like the gl...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1950 item #1230031 (stock #mexcityneckl)
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$600.00
Taxco 980 Mexican Silver necklace with an Amethyst center ball of .75in. in diameter spark off this heavy 90 gram beauty. The chain is 1in. and the drop measures 2.25 in diameter and the same tall. This is an example of some of the first artists to come to Taxco to thrive in it's artistic environment. The 980 Taxco mark has always meant quality work and this is no exception with no damage or chips to the stone and no dents to the silver. Collector quality, just LOOK AT THAT NECKLACE! LAYAWAY AVA...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Pre 1960 item #1229659 (stock #lopezcastill)
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$1,340.00
This is a Los Castillo design made by Hilario Lopez who worked for several Tallers through his career(of which one was Margot de Taxco) and he was an accomplished Maestro. The construction is open backed repousse but it is framed in heavy silver making a respectable 80 grams heavy. There is lots of bead work executed on this design and it is in impeccable condition. If you could find an original Los Castillo of this rare design it would cost at least twice what this one costs. The earrings weigh...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1960 item #1229629 (stock #pinedaring)
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$800.00
A lux Antonio Pineda ring properly hallmarked as shown with 3 silver stair steps to a teal, blue green stone which I believe to be turquoise. The size is currently a 6.5 and can be sized by most jewelers. The face of the ring is one inch tall and 7/8th's inch wide. The thick silver weight is 16grams. This ring with a different stone is featured in an interview with Antonio Pineda in modernsilver.com by Patrick Kapty 11/11/2000. ...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1960 item #1229159 (stock #chevfdneckla)
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Signed Fred Davis FD with a most tiny eagle 22 on the tongue of the clasp and this is a beauty on. The wearable length is approximately 16in. and the width is barely over one inch tall. No chips to the stone and no damage anywhere. It is designed to sit at an angle so it is not measured by the circumference of the inside circle but the outside circumference much like many of the Margot de Taxco pectorals. Classic, timeless and a treasure for collectors or museum quality, just LOOK AT THAT NECKL...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1950 item #1229158 (stock #agfertbracel)
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$1,400.00
Hector Aguilar's fertility bracelet is a published piece in several Mexican silver books and is a treasured design. The silver is thick and hand rolled at it's edges. The weight is 102.5 grams with the height being one inch. Fits most at 7in. long and has no damage or flaws. LAYAWAY AVAILABLE...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1960 item #1228773 (stock #agfertneckla)
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$2,300.00
Hector Aguilar is well known for his fertility design. The book SILVER MASTERS by Penney Morrill is based on Aguilar's work during the Spratling era. This properly hallmarked Aguilar necklace is a pleasure to wear at a length of 17in. and one inch at it's widest center point going to a half an inch in the very back. The necklace is hand chased and accented with dimpled dots. The construction is unique in that each link is connected with a barrel and hinge. A beautiful warm patina glows and it h...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1960 item #1228759 (stock #amethpinedaN)
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$2,600.00
The amethyst comma necklace is one of the most recognizable of Antonio Pineda's works of art. The silver is 970 and silky to the hand. There are no cracks or chips to the stones and no damage or flaws to the silver. The length is 16in. long,.75in. tall and it weighs in at 102.5 grams heavy. There is a gorgeous patina to the swirls but if you like this design to shine it is easy to achieve with a polishing cloth. A superb choice that you can literally wear with anything and collector quality, jus...