A wonderful sterling silver necklace by George Kee. Kee worked at White Hogan in Scottsdale, AZ with his brother Allen Kee and cousin Kenneth Begay. Signed on the back with the initials GK, the White Hogan Mark, Sterling and Hand Made. Measures approximately 15" around, 1 3/8" at the widest. Hook clasp. Very nice weight, cool modernist design. Slight surface scratches. Looks great on! Circa 1950-60.
A vintage Frank Patania Sr. Angel Skin Coral and sterling silver necklace. Signed with the conjoined FP, Sterling and the Thunderbird. Three graduated strands, with the shortest strand measuring about 13" long, and the other two about 14". Coral is in shades of very pale pinks and oranges and creams. Does not sit flat, one strand may be twisted where it attaches to the clasp. Box closure snaps tightly and has three beads set on it...
A hammered sterling silver cuff bracelet by John O. Bellis in a classic Arts and Crafts design. This cuff bracelet by Bellis, who worked for the San Francisco company, Shreve, is made of hammered Sterling silver with an applied 'G' initial. Measures 1/2" wide and approximately 6 3/4" around with an opening of 3/4". Very good condition, great patina. Marked John O. Bellis Sterling inside.
A vintage sterling silver pendant by Margot de Taxco in her Zodiac line. This pendant, representing Scorpio measures 1 5/8" across. Marked Margot de Taxco, Sterling Made in Mexico around an earlier eagle mark, and number 5231. Circa 1950. In nice condition with minor surface scratches and and a little tarnish. A highly collectable piece of Margot jewelry.
A classic Fred Davis sterling silver and amethyst bracelet. Pictured on page 27 of "Mexican Silver" by Morrill and Berk. Measures 6 1/2" long without the clasp, and 1" wide. Has a box clasp that holds tightly. Marked with the conjoined FD, Silver Mexico and eagle #22. Amethysts have natural occlusions. One may have a tiny chip, but it may be original to the stone, hard to tell even with a loupe. Wonderful condition and patina.
A vintage sterling silver fork and spoon by Georg Jensen, Denmark. This set, in the Pyramid pattern which was designed in 1926 by Harald Nielsen, has a horn bowl and tines. Fork and spoon measure 5 3/4" and 6 1/4" respectively. Marked Sterling, Georg Jensen Denmark and monogrammed with the initial 'M'. In good condition, sterling has scratches and some tarnish and horn shows some wear. There is a little damage to the tips of the tines and a crease near one tine...
A Fine Pair of Roycroft Candlesticks. Made of copper and brass and measuring about 9" tall. Both are signed.
A stunning vintage Mexican necklace and earrings in sterling silver with large cabochon amethysts in a classic Fred Davis design. Featured in Mexican Silver, by Morrill and Berk on page 29. This set includes the earrings, (we've never seen them before!) Necklace measures approximately 15 1/4 " around and 1" wide. Earrings measure 1 1/4" across and 1 1/4" tall. Earrings have been converted to posts. Set is in very good condition, has some minor scratches...
A Fine Arts & Crafts Period Heintz Art Metal Shop Lamp with matching tray. Bronze with Sterling Silver Overlay. Lamp measures about 11" tall, about 8" at its widest. Tray measures about 9 1/2" by 4". There are a couple of dings on the shade and a small ding at the front of its base. Lamp has been rewired.
An Arts and Crafts hammered sterling silver neck ring or collar by Old Newbury Crafters. Signed ONC, Handwrought, Sterling and a Salmon for the specific designer. Measures approximately 15" around. Hooks in front. Very nice condition.
A cool modern brooch by Pentti Sarpaneva, Finnish sculptor and jeweler. Known for working in bronze, this is one of his rare sterling silver pieces. Solid and bold, it measures 2" long and 1" wide. Signed P. Sarpaneva, the mark for the Turun Hopea workshop, city code Turku, crown for Finland and the date code for 1972. Has the older style 'c' clasp. Wonderful condition.
A very cool pair of cufflinks in 970 silver and onyx by Antonio Pineda. In the form of Longhorn Skulls with the horns being made from onyx. Signed with the Antonio Crown, 970 and eagle #17. Measure 1 3/8" tall and 1" across. Toggles work fine. Very nice condition, dark patina, slight roughness to the points on the onyx. New owner may choose to polish. Circa 1950's.