One Good Eye Silver
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1950 item #1258394 (stock #0762)
One Good Eye Silver
$345.00
A direct reference to Antonio Pineda's work this early Taxco "comma" bracelet is unsigned but its maker's anonymity does not seem to have affected the pride he took in his creations. Beautifully made and carefully finished, with deeply colored stones rich with inclusions, it has good weight but is not overwhelmingly heavy so perfect for the hotter days of summer. The bracelet is 6 3/4' long (wearable) by 1 3/16" wide and weighs48.6 grams...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1950 item #1258290 (stock #12818/12819)
One Good Eye Silver
$215.00
Set of two early Mexican silver bangle bracelets, I love to combine these pieces - the more the merrier, especially in the summertime! Very nicely made and with good weight (the "dimpled dot" piece in particular), they look spectacular together and will add just the right amount of "ethnic" flair to your appearance. With an inner circumference of 8" (the turquoise bangle is ever so slightly bigger) the bracelets' width is 1/2" (dimpled dot) and 3/8"...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1950 item #1258200 (stock #12771)
One Good Eye Silver
$400.00
Though not as prolific in jewelry making as some of his contemporary Taxco maestros (Parra is known for his high quality holloware), Parra's repousse pieces can be down right stupendous. I have had the bracelet at hand with amethyst stones before yet I feel the combination of silver and black onyx is the epitome of Deco elegance. My appreciation of the highly complex design I will leave to the photos to express. The bracelet has an inner circumference of 6 3/4" (clasped)...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1970 item #1257960 (stock #12592)
One Good Eye Silver
$275.00
One of the most creative Taxco modernists, Miguel Martinez comes literally as a surprise to the collector of Mexican silver jewelry. There is always something new of his to see like the bracelet at hand combining sterling with striking peacock abalone inlay. Craftsmanship of the highest quality, attention to detail and finishing and bold yet also fun design make this a stunning example of Miguel's work...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1950 item #1257588 (stock #12647)
One Good Eye Silver
$225.00
Big and with a distinct less-is-more attitude that nevertheless stays within the more traditional confounds of Mexican jewelry design, a rare to find Los Castillo ring adorned with a chunky turquoise. I love the greenish hue of the cab and its towering cut and I also appreciate the fact that this is an adjustable ring. Currently a sz 9.5, it can be made larger, if needed. Its face is approx. 7/8" by 5/8" and when worn, the ring rises just shy of 1/2" off the finger...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1970 item #1257587 (stock #12754)
One Good Eye Silver
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Superb Reveriano Castillo necklace, hand-cut out of thick gauge silver sheet, deeply chased and adrnred with beading and faceted amethyst stones. An exquisite Reveri creation - craftsmanship of the highest caliber, immaculate finishing, very good weight and gorgeous gems - all in a necklace that wears like a dream. Its wearable length is 15 1/2" while the central part with the amethysts measures 6 3/4" end to end and is 1 1/8" tall...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1970 item #1257363 (stock #12773)
One Good Eye Silver
$115.00
Stunning sterling by pass ring from the middle period of Mexico's 20th c. Silver Renaissance in the form of Quetzalcoatl, the Mesoamerican divine Feathered Serpent, this is a true stunner and a design I am always looking for! Crisp lines, perfect finishing and even a sense of depth, all in such a tiny little space bespeak the mastery of the ring's maker. Currently a sz 7.75 (yet adjustable, upwards mostly) its face is 1 3/8" tall by approx. 7/8" wide and it weighs 7.0 grams...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Deco : Pre 1930 item #1256998 (stock #12812)
One Good Eye Silver
$350.00
I am thrilled to have come upon this rare example of Egyptian Revival jewelry - I will date it in the 1920s but I suspect it might actually be earlier, from the late Victorian or Edwardian periods. Wrought in the shape of a coiled cobra, it can be worn as a bracelet but if your body type is such, you can wear it as an arm band as well. Niello decoration denotes the snake's stylized face and was used to paint scenes of the Nile with barges and fishermen going about their daily lives...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1980 item #1256980 (stock #12708/12493)
One Good Eye Silver
$235.00
Breath-taking both in its bold design but also because of its generous size, a hand-carved Mexican jade mask pendant paired with a chain of the same origin and vintage. This is an absolutely fabulous piece of jewelry - not for the faint of heart and definitely for the girl who loves intense "ethnic" flair in her life. The pendant measures 3 7/8" tall by 1 1/4" wide while the chain itself is 28" long...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1950 item #1256829 (stock #12752)
One Good Eye Silver
$345.00
Steeped in Mexico's rich cultural past, vintage silver Quetzalcoatl jewelry are stunning and one of my favorite sub-genres in the Taxco field. I have seen many variations of the divine Feathered Serpent, some times in repousse and others carved and overlaid like here...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1950 item #1256439 (stock #12764)
One Good Eye Silver
$265.00
Maciel repousse cuff bracelets are among the most sought after early Mexican jewelry forms and with good reason too. Their classic floral designs executed in bold relief defy age and the whims of fashion and the variety of widths and motifs is quite impressive. I love the cut-out variations, like the one presented here, especially for the summer when heat and humidity call for lighter, more comfortable accessories...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1950 item #1256432 (stock #12798)
One Good Eye Silver
$325.00
Most probably crafted by an anonymous maestro who spent time working for the Los Castillo and/or Margot de Taxco, an early Mexican silver repousse necklace in a style associated with both talleres. Though lighter than its original counterparts, this is nevertheless a very carefully made piece with riveted links, perfectly executed repoussage and bespeaks its maker's mastery over the art of silversmithing...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1950 item #1254664 (stock #12784)
One Good Eye Silver
$280.00
Bearing the initials of a still unidentified maestro whose repousse clamper bracelets are avidly sought after for their exquisite craftsmanship and beautiful design the clamper at hand is an iconic Taxco piece...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Deco : Pre 1940 item #1254663 (stock #12784)
One Good Eye Silver
$135.00
An early 20th c. silver filigree ring of Chinese provenance, I believe, this piece is impressive and rather colorful with its bezel set gems. The large faceted stone at the center tests in the sapphire/topaz area on my Presidium gem tester - I cannot say whether natural or synthetic yet the color is gorgeous. There are also amethysts and tiger's eye cabs . Currently a comfortable size 6, the ring can easily be re-sized. Its face is 1 1/4" tall by 7/8" wide and it weighs 9.7 grams. Not signed or...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1970 item #1253006 (stock #12749)
One Good Eye Silver
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A very intriguing combination pin/pendant necklace wrought in 980 silver and adorned with scrumptious amethysts and pearls. The design reminds me of Margot's hand but it's signed by a maker who, though listed, remains unidentified. Anonymity or not though, this is a spectacular, substantial piece and you can wear it either as a necklace or dis-attach the pendant to enjoy it as a brooch. Measuring 23 5/8" long (wearable) the chain enjoys the pendant's additional 3 5/8" drop. The pin/brooch itse...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1970 item #1252435 (stock #12711)
One Good Eye Silver
$295.00
Sigi Pineda rings don't come up very often and I am very happy to present here an example out of his "boomerang" line. Fashioned in the so-called by pass style, this is a slick, mod piece, its two wings adorned with bezel set turquoise cabs. Fantastic patina and excellent vintage condition make this an absolute must-have for collectors of Mexican jewelry and lovers of mod design alike. Relatively adjustable (upwards, I would suggest), the ring is now a sz 6 and its face measures just above 1" by...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1970 item #1252431 (stock #12676)
One Good Eye Silver
$1,950.00
One of my favorite Matilde Poulat designs, the "snake" necklace is a celebration of artistry and hand-wrought quality. Formed by a multitude of individually worked sterling scales that were then connected together into a flexible, easy to wear piece, this necklace boasts a figural clasp adorned with bezel- and channel-set turquoise. Exquisite patina and beautiful stones in an age-defying creation. The necklace measures 15 1/4" long (wearable) by 5/8" wide (at the snake's body) while the clasp c...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1950 item #1251084 (stock #12748)
One Good Eye Silver
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Matching the stunning necklace in the same design that is also currently available in my inventory (please look for item no 1249109) an early Deco foliate bracelet with graduated links and a big, dark purple amethyst cab centering it. This is a gorgeous piece and its stone rich in inclusions and color variations. Very comfortable to wear it measures just shy of 7 1/8" long (wearable) with its width varying between 1 1/8" and 3/8" at the two ends. Weighing 40.9 grams, the bracelet dates in the ...