This elegant covered serving dish by silver master William Spratling is as rare as it is beautiful. The hallmarks are from the 1940's; condition is excellent. Measurements are 11 1/2" wide to the end of handles; 2 1/4" tall and 7" deep. Hand hammer marks are evident on the inside while smooth on the outside.
Extremely graceful Mexican tin candelabra from the 1950's. Measures 14 3/4" wide and 7 1/2" tall. Base is heavily weighted. Wonderful flowing design.
Tall and graceful pitcher and two mugs by the renowned late Mexican designer, Hector Aguilar. Most well known for his silver jewelry. His copper hollow ware is more rare and equally collectible. Pitcher is 13" tall; mugs are 5". The pitcher has the Aguilar mark but not the mugs. Excellent, untouched condition; circa 1950. $875 for the set.
Beautiful and unusual pair of copper candle holders by the well known silversmiths,Los Castillo. Measure 14" in width and 4 1/2" in height. Very Arts and Crafts in style, although made about 1950.