A rare and wonderful vintage heavy sterling silver and pearl cuff bracelet by master Mexican Silversmith, Antonio Pineda. Marked with his crown, 925, Eagle, and Hecho en Mexico. Very heavy, warm patina, ribbon design. Measures 5 3/4" around the inside with a 1" opening. Weighs 105 grams! Measures about 2 1/2" at the widest. Minor surface scratches. Great asymmetrical modernist design. Collector quality.
A beautiful Laurence Foss bracelet in a classic Arts and Crafts style. Laurence Foss studied with Edward Oakes and also worked for George Jensen whose influence is seen in this piece. Bracelet measures 7" long not counting the tongue and 1/2" wide. Marked with the LF in a shield, 116 and Sterling. Box clasp holds tightly. Nice patina and weight. Some minor surface scratches. Wonderfully made.
A vintage pair of silver dangling earrings by William Spratling. Hanging earrings of a silver ball framed by a lower circular wide band. Measure 1 3/8" across and 1 5/8" down. Marked with Spratling Silver and the conjoined WS surrounded by Spratling Made in Mexico on the back of one and Spratling Made in Mexico around the conjoined WS on the back of the screw back on the other. Very nice condition, some minor surface scratches. Screw backs hold tightly...
A beautiful and unusual Sterling, Amethyst and Turquoise brooch. By Ricardo Salas, nephew of Matl, Matilde Poulat, who worked with his aunt until her death and continued to create wonderful pieces. Measures 3 1/4" long and 2 1/4" at the widest. Very good condition, some minor scratches to some of the stones. Pin may have been replaced. Safety clasp. Marked in script, Matl, Mexico, 925, MS-12.
A modernist sterling silver bracelet by Danish silversmith Hans Hansen, who was a jewelry designer for Georg Jensen. This sleek bracelet has an unusual closure, it has a screw on one end that attaches to a link inside one tube. It will not open accidentally. Measures 8" long without the clasp and 5/8" across. Signed with the script Hans Hansen, 925S and Denmark. Has some minor scratches. Looks and feels great on. Great Scandinavian modern design.
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.
A beautiful sterling silver and enamel pendant by Agnete Dinesen, who was a designer for Anton Michelsen in the 1960s and 70s in the shape of a four leaf clover. Wonderful green enameling. Signed with the crown, AM Sterling Denmark and Dinesen. Measures 2 3/4" down from the top of the bale, and 1 3/4" wide. Great condition, warm patina, nice weight. Would look terrific on either a chain or neckring.
A rare and wonderful sterling hammered cuff by the well known Arts and Crafts Silversmith, William Waldo Dodge of Asheville, North Carolina. Circa 1930-40. Measures approximately 7" around with a 1 1/4" opening. 3/4" wide. Marked Dodge, 925, By Hand, and other shop marks. Very good condition.
A rare and wonderful brooch by Walter U. Jennings, a highly regarded Roycroft Metalsmith. Signed with his conjoined monogram (WJ), and Sterling. Beautifully hand tooled in a classic Arts and Crafts design. Warm patina. Measures 1 3/4" across. Early 'C' clasp. Has a small scratch on the front but does not detract from the overall design.
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 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 wonderful, rare sterling silver and stone ring by well known Mexico silver jewelry designer, Carmen Beckmann. Made up of 5 thin sterling bands and twelve dangling green stone cabochons. Great cascading effect. Signed Beckmann Sterling Mexico. In great condition. Deep green color. Approximately size 5.