Los Castillo 396 Mexican Silver Swirl Clamper Bracelet
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All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1950 item #1308366 (stock #JJ1892)
A wonderful brooch by William Spratling depicting a large moth. Measures 2 5/8" across and 1 7/8" high. Marked with the conjoined WS surrounded by Spratling Made in Mexico. Also marked Spratling Silver. Has a rollover safety clasp that holds securely. Heavy silver. Has some minor tarnish and surface scratches. Wonderful item.
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1950 item #1424740 (stock #15058)
One of the most interesting - and few - female figures of Mexico's 20th c. Silver Renaissance, Doris Smith Chamberlin was a Texas-born American who decided to move to Mexico in the 1940s to open her own workshop after having completed post-graduate studies in art and having taught woodworking, textile-making and silver-smithing for a few years in California (I am grateful to Decotini for the information)...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1950 item #1285868 (stock #mb1)
This stunning bracelet was designed by Marcel Boucher for his Parisina line which was made in Mexico during the years of World War 2. It has a wearable length of 7" and is 1 1/4" wide with a secure clasp with safety chain. It is made from repoussé sterling silver and has large glass topaz stone accents. It is in excellent condition and is hallmarked "Sterling Mexico" as well as Parisina.
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1950 item #1414811 (stock #200112)
Hallmarks date this magnificent early Matilde Poulat necklace to 1934-1948. The centerpiece is huge, measuring 5" wide and 3 1/8" tall, with beautiful birds and and three large faceted purple flowers in a vase. Hand-wrought with exquisite repoussé silver work. Embellished with coral and turquoise cabochons, amethysts on the clasp. Closed, wearable length is about 18 1/2"...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Period : Pre 1950 item #769696
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Beautiful silver filigree bracelet with 8 panels each featuring a different figure in carved and painted bone. Marked CHINA, circa 1930. With a slide clasp. It tests positive for at least 900 silver. Substantial at 49 grams and with excellent detail. Great size -- 1 1/4 inches wide and 7 1/8 inches long clasped. Excellent condition. Photos enlarged to show detail.
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1950 item #1421304 (stock #14064)
From the earlier part of Matilde Poulat's magically creative career this set of silver and red coral earrings is characterized by her textured wirework, beading and bezel-set stones. Almost understated when compared to Matl's usually bold designs, it reminds me of inverted question marks. I love the classic elegance and the way the dark patina of the silver makes the saturated color of the cabs pop. The earrings are 1 1/2" tall by 1" wide and weigh 11.5 grams (for the set)...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1950 item #1397245 (stock #190206)
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Circa 1930's - 1940's, here is a huge early hand-wrought Mexican modernist bracelet. Hallmarked simply "Silver Mexico", it's a book-piece design seldom seen, originally created by Frederick Davis and shown in the Morrill/Berk book "Mexican Silver". No maker's mark on this one. Four large amethyst cabochons with quartz marbling and natural inclusions sit between oval silver tubes with silver balls at each end...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Scandinavian : Georg Jensen : Pre 1950 item #1296902 (stock #gj1)
This wonderful rare bracelet was made by Georg Jensen and is one of the earliest designs which was originally produced in 1905. This piece bears hallmarks dating it to 1933 to 1944, and this particular design is no longer in production. The bracelet has a wearable length of 7 1/4" x 5/8" wide and is made from sterling silver with carnelian stones. It is in excellent condition and is hallmarked "925 Sterling Denmark 3" with the GJ logo.
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1950 item #597335
Pair of brooches by William Spratling of sterling hands holding amethyst tulips. This was one of his early designs for which he also made bracelets and necklaces. Unusual to find a pair of brooches. Measure 2 1/4" long; excellent condition. 1940-46 hallmark.
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1950 item #1426643 (stock #14496)
One of the pieces that were made around WWII, I believe, this Mexican silver and carved dyed calcite brooch is such a find! Shaped like a US Army officer's visor cap, complete with the appropriate insignia, it recounts part of the relationship the two countries had during those difficult times albeit in its jewelry version...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1950 item #691924
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Beautiful baroque style sterling necklace with a very large brilliant synthetic color changing alexandrite stone as a centerpiece. Marked NESTOR 925 and STERLING MEXICO. 1940s, without an eagle mark. The stone changes color from intense warm purple under daylight and yellow light, to violet blue under white light.

15 inches wearable length by 1/2 inch wide along the sides. The centerpiece is 3 1/2 inches wide by 2 inches long. Excellent condition...

All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1950 item #1427930 (stock #15069)
A full-size stone figure centers this Mexican Deco brooch - is it a deity, a priest or a nobleman / warrior? Highly stylized and rather "stiff" as all similar carvings are in Mexican jewelry of this period, the figure is made out of dyed calcite and its green color is the reason it is usually (and mistakenly) identified as "jade"...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1950 item #1409656 (stock #19100302)
This huge pin is the work of Taxco designer Hubert Harmon. Harmon was active for a short time, and this piece bears hallmarks dating 1944-1948. Collector quality, this is a hand-wrought brooch with exquisite repoussé silver work and a gorgeous bow and ribbon design...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1950 item #1356414
Gorgeous & extremely rare this vintage abalone & sterling silver bracelet was designed & signed c. 1950 by Taxco, Mexico modernist artist Antonio Pineda (1919-2009). The bracelet measures 2 inches high at the front center & 3/4 inch at the back spring. Wearable interior length is 6 1/2 inches. Screw back earrings are 1 inch high. Bracelet spring is tight and secure. The hand carved abalone leaves have an exquisite iridescent sheen. All in excellent condition with a beautiful warm patina.
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1950 item #1410982 (stock #192910)
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This Los Castillo early hallmarked necklace was designed by Margot Van Voorhies when wed to Antonio Castillo. Together they started the shop Los Castillo. This is one of the most stunning designs in the Mexican Silver Renaissance. The length is 18 inches long and a fraction over 1.75 inches tall. The weight is 239 grams being hand made balls in the centers and hand chased swirls to the tops. The end piece of the swirl is repousse giving it a unique depth to the design...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1950 item #1115949
This is a beautiful Maciel bracelet, featuring both repousse and cutwork. It is marked Maciel, Made in Mexico and 925/1000, dating it to the late 1930s or early 1940s. This is a bold. large bracelet. It measures 2 inches across the longest part of the top, and has a diameter of 2 1/2 inches. It is in lovely condition, with only minor surface scratches.
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1950 item #1423419 (stock #200425)
Circa 1930's-1940's, this necklace from Fred Davis is nothing short of spectacular. A very rare piece, with repoussé sterling silver curved domed dangles. This lays perfectly on the neck, and it has a huge presence. A piece which will not fail to be noticed. Measures a closed, wearable length of 15". Length of each dangle is 1 7/8". Weight is 105.6 grams. Signed and hallmarked "FD 925". Collector quality...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1950 item #1427283 (stock #200709)
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This early Mexican necklace is based on the Los Castillo dragon design, and is every bit as spectacular. Featuring superb craftsmanship, it's a true statement piece with attention to detail second to none. Closed, wearable length is 17", with each dragon having a height of 3 1/4". Weight is 73.5 grams. Hallmarked "Mexico Silver", this piece dates pre-1948. In excellent vintage condition.