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. and would fit a slender neck. The bracelet is bold measuring 6 1/4 inches long X 7/8 wide. The earrings measure slightly less than an inch across X 3/4 inches wide.
Each piece of the set is clearly marked and numbered. The bracelet has the loops for a safety chain which has been removed at some point. The earrings have the original screw backs. One earring has a slight "bubble" as seen in the photo which is original to the piece. This set is completely done by hand and any slight imperfections are part of the beauty. Completely original patina . Circa 1940, Taxco, Mexico