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.
A unique set of Mexican made glass holders by Victoria of Taxco, Mexico. Pieces look hand tooled and finished. Pair of glass holders in solid Copper, Brass and Silver with tall slender glass to center. Circa 1950.
6" x 3".
Ana Nunez de Brilanti is one of the original Taxco Silver designers from the late 1930's. She ...
A star piece in the Castillo Collection depicting little lizards in turquoise. Bowl is hand hammered and base is carved out of Volcanic rock. This is a heavy piece.
Clearly marked to base of bowl Castillo workshop of Mexico. Great detail and a one of a kind piece.
4 3/4" tall and 8"deep.
Price on request.
Emilia grew up in Taxco, ...
This hinged globe-shaped silver box, in a design of repoussé silver contrived to look like the leaves and stems of the painted metal and pearl flowerets that stud its surface, resembles nothing so much as a pomander. In its fitted red velvet box it summons up also the memories of the old traditional paper ribbon ...
Deep for a locket, shallow for a snuff box, whatever the purpose of this attractive brooch may be remains an agreeable mystery, a puzzle to be solved by its next owner. In the style of Hector Aguilar, it deploys some of his characteristic motifs.
Extremely handsome silver setting of an obsidian stone with elegant white striations. Brooch measures 4 x 3 3/4.
Obsidian is a naturally occurring volcanic glass formed as an extrusive igneous rock. It possesses the property of presenting a different appearance according to the manner in which it is cut: when cut in one direction it is jet ...