Third Floor Antique Jewelry
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1960 item #1216494 (stock #1949)
Third Floor Antique Jewelry
$150.00
This is an Enrique Ledesma abstract, modernist pin depicting fish skeletons floating in the water. The patinated background enhances the design as well as the dimension.

Ledesma, is well recognized as a mid 20th century modernist designer working in Taxco. This pin was made in the 1950's and measures 1 1/2 inches across X 1 3/8 inches down. It is fully marked with and eagle,3, H echo in Mexico 925, Taxco. Completely original and in excellent condition.

Mexico, circa 1950

All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1960 item #1187031 (stock #1343)
Third Floor Antique Jewelry
$950.00
This beautiful well designed silver, modernist bracelet is circa 1950. It has great proportions and has superb silver work. The design is similar to that of Antonio Pineda and is classically inspired. It is a working buckle and strap designed to perfectly encircle the wrist.

The bracelet is finely finished, smooth and sleek. It opens realistically like a strap, with a buckle rendered in tortoise shell. The inner circumference is 6 3/4 inches...

All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1960 item #1157091 (stock #1288)
Third Floor Antique Jewelry
$500.00
These earrings were designed by William Spratling, the famed American ex-patriot Taxco designer. They have a unique crescent shape rendered in sterling and accented with tortoise shell. They are completely original and in excellent condition. They are fully marked with a WS script and the eagle 30, which replaced the eagle 13 and remained until 1965. Wonderful!
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1950 item #1156684 (stock #1285)
Third Floor Antique Jewelry
$2,295.00
This bracelet is one of the most coveted of Spratling designs. William Spratling was an American born silversmith whose contributions to Mexican artisans has given him the title of the Father of Mexican Silver. The Taxco designer is world renowned, and this rosewood and silver bracelet is a fine testimony of his skill not only in design , but in execution. . It was completed during his first design phase in the 1940's and has a WS print circle with a Spratling Silver Stamp...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1940 item #1153648 (stock #1281)
Third Floor Antique Jewelry
$1,000.00
This set was designed by Ana Nunez Brilanti who was one of the original famed Taxco designers. She opened her own taller in 1940, and her shop became known as Victoria. She had a long successful career, finally closing in 1975.

This particular set is rare, and is clearly inspired by the pre- Columbian design. The necklace has applied silver design on each section. The necklace, is particularly beautiful and lays perfectly on the neck. It measures 15 1/4 inches long X 3/4 inches wide...

All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1960 item #1152746 (stock #1280)
Third Floor Antique Jewelry
$1,100.00
This is a wonderful Margot de Taxco Mexican silver parure. Margot Van Voorhees Carr, was an American designer who moved to Mexcico in the 1930's. She became affectionately known as Margot de Taxco when she opened her own shop in 1948 . She was very successful and her jewelry has garnered collectors worldwide. This complete set was collected over a period of years. It consists of a bracelet, necklace and earrings. Each are in original condition retaining a beautiful patina...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1970 item #1150341 (stock #1274)
Third Floor Antique Jewelry
$1,800.00
This rare Mexican silver bracelet is designed and executed by the famed internationally recognized modernist Antonio Pineda. It has stylized swans set with deeply incised sterling and set with cabochon obsidian bodies. The design is completely hand rendered and laborious, as the back encases each stone in an X-shaped "cage." The bracelet dates from the 1953-1970 period...