Turquoise Vintage Mexican Silver Bib Necklace
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All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1970 item #1427078 (stock #200706)
This mid-century bracelet from Antonio Pineda is one of his most spectacular modernist designs. Referred to as his "Saturn", "Ball Bearing", or "Ball & Sphere" bracelet, it's a heavy chunky very substantial piece...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1980 item #1427073 (stock #15124)
Serene in her deep meditative state, this vintage Gerardo Lopez Mexican silver repousse "goddess" brooch is undoubtedly inspired by the Los Castillo / Margot de Taxco "Thai dancers" parure. Though the necklace and bracelet of that design do come up from time to time, I have never seen a full-blown pin and I am excited for this discovery. Meticulously worked, the repoussage is detailed and crisp with the oxidation that has developed in the recesses rendering it more sculptural...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Arts and Crafts : Pre 1920 item #1427071 (stock #RP07121)
Period Pieces
This pretty navette-shaped pin from the Arts & Crafts movement measures 2-1/8 x 7/16”. It has a berry and leaf design, centered by a deep purple amethyst. (Amethysts are thought to bring calmness and clarity to the mind.) It is marked STERLING, and the pin-stem assembly is original. It has a nice patina. In excellent condition, and circa 1900. The photos are part of the description; please examine them carefully. Thanks! We do lay-away...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1950 item #1427066 (stock #200607)
Layaway Available
This Los Castillo is one designed by Margot Van Voorhies when married to Don Antonio Castillo that unhooks and also doubles as a brooch. The matching chain and the drop is repousse and hand carved on top. The drop / brooch measures 3.75 inches tall with a width at it's widest point of 2 1/8th inches. There is a generous wearable length of 17 in. The early hallmarked Los Castillo designs are the best and this is one of those that is seldom found. Properly hallmarked with no damage or repairs...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1950 item #1427039
Deep repousse' was used to create Spratlings' magnificent and labor intensive feathered serpent Quetzalcoatl design. Weighing 60 grams & measuring 3 1/4" x 2" the pin is in exquisite condition with gorgeous patina. This design is included in the 20th Century Mexican silver collection at Los Angeles County Museum of Art. The Quetzalcoatl pin was also used on the cover of the 4th edition of MEXICAN SILVER by Penny Morrill & Carol Berk...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Arts and Crafts : Pre 1920 item #1427009 (stock #JJ3805)
A well crafted sterling silver brooch by the Chicago silversmith Bjarne Meyer. Beautifully hand hammered silver. Bjarne Meyer later worked for Georg Jensen, USA.

Measures almost 2" across and 1 1/4" high.

Marked Sterling and Handwrought by Bjarne. Has an intricate three dimensional repousse floral design and a central turquoise cabochon.

In fine condition with minor tarnish. Rollover clasp holds securely.

Wonderful example of Arts and Crafts silver work.

All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1970 item #1427000 (stock #200704)
Little Mexican Silver Shop
Sale Pending
This mid-century necklace from Antonio Pineda is an absolutely spectacular showpiece. It's composed of obsidian and silver, both in 5 point diamond shapes, which form a "V" in the front center. There is a pearl offset on the left front. This is a very rare piece, and it looks amazing on the wearer. The obsidian centerpiece is slightly curved so that it contours perfectly on the neck...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Scandinavian : Pre 1910 item #1426920
Global Ceramics
Silver brooch or pin, Skonvirke style with a carnelian cabochon, A mock medal design, to be fastened to a ribbon and sewn on to your dress or jacket. Made by Bernhard Hertz, well-known jewelry designer working in Copenhagen and in Stockholm at the turn of the century 1900. Early Danish silver standard mark 826, early Bernhard Hertz dragonfly mark, B H and S. Height "2/ 5 cm. Condition: fine.
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Modernism : Pre 1970 item #1426909 (stock #JJ3814)
A very long sterling silver curved brooch by noted San Francisco silversmith, Franz Bergmann.

Measures 5" long and 1" at the widest. Signed with the artisan's conjoined FB and sterling.

Constructed of three curved thick sterling wires with connectors. Features a rollover clasp that holds securely. Has some tarnish. The pin closure is slightly bent.

Would look fantastic on a lapel of either a man or a woman. Fine example.

All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1950 item #1426853 (stock #200107)
Layaway Available
We have a very rare Salvador Teran vintage Mexican silver necklace with matching earrings. Both pieces have a strong presence with the earrings being 25 grams and 2.25 inches tall. At the widest point they measure 1.25 inches. A technique called Niello makes a beautiful smokey black finish on the silver and was widely used in the making of Mexican Silver. The drop on the necklace is three dimensional and stands 2 inches tall and 1.75 inches at the widest point...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1980 item #1426847 (stock #15078)
Matching the "comma" necklace that is also available in my store, this sterling silver and golden sheen obsidian bracelet is perfect for the medium to smaller wrist. Perfectly executed, the repousse links glow with a warm, silky patina and the volcanic glass each one of them holds reveals shimmering depths when the light hits it at the correct angle...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1950 item #1426804 (stock #15072)
I love these Mexican Deco "berries-on-a-branch" brooches! They are big and impressive and the berries come in different colors depending on the kind of agate used. I am always on the look-out for the best examples, the ones in which the silver branches are hefty and interestingly entwined and the berries made of good quality stone, rich in striations and color-variation...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1950 item #1426803
The work of the late silver designer, Antonio Pineda is more consistently architectural in style than that of his Mexican contemporaries. This fabulous bracelet exemplifies that brilliant aspect of his work. The bracelet consists of seven silver balls, including one that is incorporated as part of the clasp. Around the balls are flat half circles that can pivot around the balls. The bracelet weighs a substantial 111 grams...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1970 item #1426765 (stock #15054)
Antonio Pineda's "comma" parure is one of the book-pieces for Taxco modernism. Concave repousse "comma" links, each one accented by a stone cabochon, beguilingly wrap around the neck and hug the wrist. The design's appeal is evidenced by the fact that many of Antonio's contemporaries took advantage of its success and came up with their own versions. Signed by a listed yet still unidentified Taxco maestro, this example is adorned with golden sheen obsidian cabochons. Very well made and carefully ...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Arts and Crafts : Pre 1940 item #1426764 (stock #JJ3831)
A sterling silver hand wrought pair of pierced earrings with a Jack in the Pulpit floral design by the noted Arts and Crafts jeweler, Mary Gage.

These post back earrings measure 5/8" across and 1 1/4" high. Marked Mary Gage once on the back of one earring and multiple times on the back of the other. Appears to be stamped over itself or stamped over sterling. Also marked Mary Gage in the fold.

Looks like one of the posts on the back has been replaced. They hold securely. Have some min...

All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1960 item #1426731 (stock #20276)
Layaway Available
Another Antonio Pineda masterpiece done in black onyx crescents. Very comfortable with 4.5 in. diameter which is approximately 16.5 inches of wearable length. Each crescent is 1.75 inches at the widest point. No damage or repairs. The matching Pineda bracelet is as well listed on my site. It does have a patina that has not been touched and buyer can make it their own. There is 114 grams of stunning design, just LOOK AT THAT NECKLACE!
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Mexican : Pre 1970 item #1426704 (stock #15115)
Ornate and beautifully made, with a fantastic patina that makes the juxtaposition between the darkened recesses of the design and the glowing raised surfaces even more dramatic, this ornate and difficult-to-find Mexican silver ring is signed by Gerardo Lopez. I consider Lopez one of Taxco's foremost maestros in the art of repoussage and the ring at hand is, I believe, a telling example. I will let the photos continue the story... Currently a sz 4.75 US, it can be easily re-sized by a jeweler. It...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Pre 1960 item #1426678
Vintage Japanese sterling silver genuine okoya pearl cluster screw back earrings. The high luster excellent quality pearls measure 4.5-5 mm. .75" long x 5/8" wide. Stamped sterling on setting. Excellent condition. All original and no replacements or repairs. Date: c. 1950.Mikimoto quality. Postage insurance extra. Sales tax charged if sold in NY state.