Matilde Poulat Dove with Turquoise Insets J170


Celebrated jewelry designer Matilde Poulat first trained as a painter at the San Carlos Academy of Fine Arts in Mexico City alongside famed Mexican muralist Diego Rivera. She opened her own silver design taller (workshop) in 1934 under the mark of “Matl” which is derived from the Aztec word for “water”. Her pieces were heavily ...

Taxco Silver Cuff Style Bracelet in the style of Hector Aguilar J153


Beautiful and well made silver Mexican bracelet circa 1940. Has the unusual pin clasp and great design and workmanship associated with other fine makers. Marked but not of any importance. Still, this piece is a great accessory that fits right in with today's style. 3.5" wide x 8'' inside circumference. Price on request.

Los Castillo Solid Copper Hand-wrought Angel Candleholder M874


A brilliant work, witty and sweet at the same time. Los Castillo were the premier silversmiths to come out of the great Taxco renaissance and you can see why. Ideal for Christmas, which is ever just around the corner, it seems. 8" x 4" x4" Price on request.