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All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1950 item #1191859 (stock #1282)
One Good Eye Silver
$120.00
One of the great ladies of Mexico's 20th c. Silver Renaissance, Victoria was known to the world as Ana Maria Nunez de Brilanti but came to be referred to by the name she gave to her workshop, Plateria Victoria...
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 : Mexican : Pre 1970 item #1264584 (stock #12859)
One Good Eye Silver
$110.00
One of Margot's most romantic, "European school" designs - the Roses - here seen in a pair of perfectly cast earrings. Fantastic patina, exceptionally crisp details and the warm glow of old, well-loved silver combine to create the loveliest pair of rose earrings ever. Just 15/16" tall by 7/8" wide with the set weighing 8.3 grams they are fully and appropriately signed with Margot de Taxco's name, des. no 5194 as well as Eagle 16 and "MADE IN MEXICO STERLING"...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1940 item #1167043 (stock #1331)
One Good Eye Silver
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Early, early silver and turquoise set of dangle earrings, the dangle in the shape of an inverted question mark with stylized "cascabeles" hanging off it. I love the dramatic sense of motion in the swirling lines and the way the sea green of the stones underscores it. A spectacular set and a classic example of Mexican folk art. The earrings measure 2" long by 7/8" wide and their combined weight is 11.5 grams...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1970 item #1215448 (stock #12462)
One Good Eye Silver
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Beautifully rendered emulations of Margot de Taxco's koi fish earrings, this pair is signed by a maker who is known among collectors of vintage Mexican jewelry for his prowess in the art of repoussage and the high quality of his work. I think the point I am trying to make is amply illustrated by the bold repousse, the dark oxidation in the recesses of the design and the care that went into the finishing touches...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1950 item #1228683 (stock #12244)
One Good Eye Silver
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I love vintage Mexican silver Christmas jewelry - and I love the holidays as well! But I am also very excited about this set of festive earrings because the specific design is very very rare - in fact, this is the first poinsettia and holly wreath dangles that I have seen. They measure 2" long and 1 1/4" wide (at their widest) and they are very musical with their little bells. The set weighs 11.4 grams and is signed with maker's initials "CVL" as well as "HECHO EN MEXICO 0925"...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1950 item #1189955 (stock #12261)
One Good Eye Silver
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Strong presence with its unusual square face and richly colored stones make this vintage Deco Matl-esque ring a feast for the eyes; both those of the beholder as well as those of the bearer. Adorned with a pyramid-cut amethyst and channel-set coral and turquoise cabs its shank is embellished with the familiar wirework and twist-rope accents. Deep oxidation helps bring the color of the stones out and creates the character of this piece...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Deco : Pre 1940 item #1246555 (stock #12707)
One Good Eye Silver
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Gorgeous Deco Chinese ring wrought in sterling silver and adorned with a stone that is a puzzle to me - I cannot decide whether it's truly turquoise or if it's turquoise colored glass...
All Items : Archives : Estate Jewelry : Pre 1960 item #815211 (stock #OGS3501)
One Good Eye Silver
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A spectacular example of Antonio Pineda's modernist work from the period during which he had his designs crafted at the Los Castillo Cooperativa. Made of 970 silver with an applied, three-dimensional "wave" that holds the shimmering light greyish pearl. Excellent vintage condition with absolutely no problems noted. Width between 1 1/8" and 1/2"; inner circumference 7" (including opening); 76.2 grams Appropriately and fully hallmarked with the Antonio crown mark, the Los Castillo Coope...
All Items : Archives : Estate Jewelry : Pre 1950 item #819852 (stock #OGS3508)
One Good Eye Silver
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A classic William Spratling design, superb craftsmanship and almost true-to-life details, this is an all silver butterfly brooch...
All Items : Archives : Estate Jewelry : Pre 1970 item #996408
One Good Eye Silver
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Fantastic Antonio Pineda silver and black onyx cross pendant necklace - I particularly love this piece for its soft black velvet "chain" which allows it to literally hug the neck... Exquisite combination of curved and angular motifs with Antonio's amazing ability to create substantial yet absolutely not overwhelming jewelry! This is a true gem that transcends the realm of the religious to become a coveted piece of adornment. The necklace is in beautiful vintage condition with only the tini...
All Items : Archives : Estate Jewelry : Pre 1950 item #997370
One Good Eye Silver
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Very substantial yet still discrete and classy this is a Spratling creation dating in the 1940-46 period as indicated by the combination of hallmarks it bears. It is formed by three rows of "puffy", pillow-like repousse links flexibly held together with hidden pins. The fold-over clasp also blends in the design when you have it on. At 76.9 grams the bracelet weighs around the wrist in a warm, familiar way feeling comfortable and not at all overwhelming...
All Items : Archives : Estate Jewelry : Pre 1940 item #999421
One Good Eye Silver
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Classic in the repertoire of Mexican silver jewelry design from the early period of its 20th c. renaissance the quintessentially Deco lines of this bracelet are immediately recognized as based on one of Fred Davis's signature creations. Thick gauge rectangular silver links, massive in their austerity, are centered by carved black onyx masks in deep bezel settings. The bracelet measures a wearable 7 1/4" long and is 1 1/2" wide...
All Items : Archives : Estate Jewelry : Pre 1940 item #1000105
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Massive and masterfully crafted this is an early Mexican silver cuff bracelet holding a huge amethyst cabochon at the center of its face! Substantial both in size as well as in weight the cuff dates in the 1930s and is simply signed "MEXICO SILVER"...
All Items : Archives : Estate Jewelry : Pre 1960 item #1004929
One Good Eye Silver
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A very romantic, delicately feminine Margot de Taxco bracelet this is a piece that brings to mind the magic of fairy tales. Classic Margot high quality repousse with crisp details and perfect finish work the bracelet has good weight and feels very comfortable when worn. Measuring a wearable 6 1/2" long it is approx...
All Items : Archives : Estate Jewelry : Pre 1950 item #1007942
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A mystery bracelet to me because I just cannot seem to decipher the signature this is a spectacular, quite substantial clamper in a rarely found size for medium to smaller wrists. Very reminiscent of a Margot de Taxco design and bearing hallmarks that make me think its maker must have had some association with her or with the Los Castillo taller the bracelet has exceptionally strong lines and fantastic workmanship. With an inner circumference of 6 3/4" it is 1 1/4" wide while the impressive...
All Items : Archives : Estate Jewelry : Pre 1940 item #1008563
One Good Eye Silver
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Very well known for their quality holloware Sanborn's was started by two American brothers as a small drugstore in Mexico City and grew to be one of the most important department stores in the country. In 1935 Fred Davis was hired there to supervise the company's antiques and art division and might have also produced some designs for them. Figural cuffs like this one bearing an early Sanborn's signature are not found very often. This is made out of sterling and adorned with the head of Quetzal...
All Items : Archives : Estate Jewelry : Pre 1970 item #1017437
One Good Eye Silver
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Very good weight, exquisite detail and excellent patina make this zodiac bracelet a true little treasure. Made in the 1950s or 1960s, it bears the Eagle 18 assay mark and a crown hallmark. I have seen this signature before on carefully crafted pieces from that period yet it seems that the specific maker - obviously a master in silversmithing - has not been identified yet. The bracelet is a wearable 7 1/2" long, 1" wide and weighs a good 56.0 grams. It is in very good vintage condition with ab...