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Oval Loops Sterling Silver Necklace

Catalogue: Artists: Jewelry: Necklaces: Contemporary   item# 1260260

Oval Loops Sterling Silver Necklace
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Stella Rubin Antique Quilts and Decorative Arts
301-948-4187


$395. 

Unusual long sterling silver necklace with two alternating finishes. One is a matte surface and the other is what the maker refers to as "chaotica" as it is an allover irregular pattern. The loops are deeper at one end than the other all of which contributes to its unusual look. It measures 29" long; links are 3/4" wide.


Rosewood and Silver Pair of Bangle Bracelets

Catalogue: Artists: Jewelry: Bracelets: Contemporary   item# 1257664

Rosewood and Silver Pair of Bangle Bracelets
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Stella Rubin Antique Quilts and Decorative Arts
301-948-4187


$725. 

This is a beautifully made pair of oval bangle bracelets in rosewood and sterling silver. The interior and dots are actually 970 silver which is higher quality than sterling. The interior measurements are 2 9/16" x 2 1/8" fitting a medium size wrist. They are priced for the pair.


Eduardo Herrera Oxidized Silver Bracelet

Catalogue: Artists: Jewelry: Bracelets: Contemporary   item# 1257592

Eduardo Herrera Oxidized Silver Bracelet
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Stella Rubin Antique Quilts and Decorative Arts
301-948-4187


$1950. 

Dramatic, sinuous bracelet by Mexican architect turned jeweler, Eduardo Herrera. He oxidizes the surface of the 950 silver (higher quality than sterling) to create the black surface. The bracelet measures 7 3/4" wearable length and is 2" wide. The multiple links make it surprisingly fluid and very comfortable to wear.


Eduardo Herrera Oxidized Silver and Tumbaga Necklace

Catalogue: Artists: Jewelry: Necklaces: Contemporary   item# 1257591

Eduardo Herrera Oxidized Silver and Tumbaga Necklace
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Stella Rubin Antique Quilts and Decorative Arts
301-948-4187


$2650. 

This extraordinary necklace was made by Mexican architect turned jeweler, Eduardo Herrera. It is made of oxidized 950 silver (higher quality than sterling) and tumbaga. Tumbaga is a pre-Colombian technique used in Mesoamerica and South America to create an alloy of gold with copper. The combination of tumbaga with the blackened silver could not be more striking. Herrera's architectural background is evident in the construction of this necklace with elaborately overlapping graduated size lin ...click for details


Silver and Wood Links Bracelet

Catalogue: Artists: Jewelry: Bracelets: Contemporary   item# 1242469

Silver and Wood Links Bracelet
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Stella Rubin Antique Quilts and Decorative Arts
301-948-4187


$550. 

Bold and unusual sterling silver and wood bracelet by Violante Ulrich and her partner, Jason. Smooth links alternate with hammered ones. The wood rectangles also vary in placement. The bracelet measures 7 1/2" long and 1 9/16" wide. Violante learned silversmithing growing up on the Spratling ranch. The influence of Spratling's work is clear in her designs and choice of materials, giving them a contemporary twist.


Agnes Seebass Silver Squares Necklace

Catalogue: Artists: Jewelry: Necklaces: Contemporary   item# 1231753

Agnes Seebass Silver Squares Necklace
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Stella Rubin Antique Quilts and Decorative Arts
301-948-4187


$450. 

Domed and textured squares make for a beautiful necklace by Agnes Seebass. Each square is 3/4" to a side. The length of the necklace is 17". It is striking and comfortable to wear.


Eduardo Herrera Oxidized Silver "Seaweed" Necklace

Catalogue: Artists: Jewelry: Necklaces: Contemporary   item# 1230250

Eduardo Herrera Oxidized Silver "Seaweed" Necklace
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Stella Rubin Antique Quilts and Decorative Arts
301-948-4187


$2600. 

Absolutely stunning, unusual necklace by Mexican architect turned jeweler, Eduardo Herrera. Hammered, undulating links of 950 silver (higher silver purity than sterling) have been darkened to create a very dramatic effect. Herrera's work is currently on exhibit at the Franz Mayer Museum in Mexico City. The necklace is 18" long; 2 1/2" at its widest.


Sterling Silver Scales Bracelet

Catalogue: Artists: Jewelry: Bracelets: Contemporary   item# 1226881

Sterling Silver Scales Bracelet
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Stella Rubin Antique Quilts and Decorative Arts
301-948-4187


$625. 

Unusual silver bracelet of overlapping discs. Each is slightly longer than a half circle. The links move well creating a piece that both looks terrific and feels good to the touch. Designed by Manuel Porcayo under the name Hecho a Mano (Made by Hand). It weighs a substantial 139 grams. Links are 5/8" wide.


Silver and Copper Necklace with Rose Quartz

Catalogue: Artists: Jewelry: Necklaces: Contemporary   item# 1218006

Silver and Copper Necklace with Rose Quartz
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Stella Rubin Antique Quilts and Decorative Arts
301-948-4187


$750. 

Handmade silver and copper box links necklace interspersed with balls of rose quartz. Designed by Violante Ulrich in Mexico. Violante's father purchased the Spratling ranch after Spratling's death. She grew up surrounded by the designs and craftsman of the Mexican silver master. The necklace measures 27" wearable length. Links are 5/16" wide.


Wolmar Castillo Silver Bowl with Mexican Jade

Catalogue: Artists: Metalwork: Contemporary   item# 1207545

Wolmar Castillo Silver Bowl with Mexican Jade
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Stella Rubin Antique Quilts and Decorative Arts
301-948-4187


$395. 

Beautifully designed silver plate bowl by Wolmar Castillo, son of the Los Castillos silversmith family of Taxco, Mexico. The bowl combines contemporary design with discs of ancient Mexican jade. The three feet of the bowl are each 1 7/8" in diameter. The bowl is 6" in diameter and 3 1/2" tall.

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