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Item # 302
 
Title:
Los Castillo bracelet
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A rare Los Castillo bracelet in sterling with graduated cabochon amethysts, creating an unusual, eye catching, asymmetrical design over the wrist. Si...


Item # 239
 
Title:
Spratling Parrot Brooch
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An impressive brooch of a parrot by William Spratling, the master of Taxco silversmiths. The brooch, which appears on the spine of the cover of the "...


Item # 240
 
Title:
Spratling Mixed Metal Bracelet
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This mixed metal bracelet by Taxco master silversmith, William Spratling, is called the "pillow" bracelet because each link conveys the puffed shape o...


Item # 238
 
Title:
Spratling Butterfly Brooch
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This brooch appeares on the cover of the second edition of the "Spratling Silver" book by Morrill and Berk. It is a rare example of Spratling's work ...


Item # 230
 
Title:
Frederick Davis Brooch
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A graceful sterling silver brooch made by Frederick Davis during the 1940's in Mexico. Davis uses an amethyst to carve an abstract tulip set among at...


Item # 232
 
Title:
Ledesma Abstract Brooch
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An unusual brooch by Enrique Ledesma, a highly regarded Taxco artist. A sterling silver abstract design is set on what appears to be horn or similar s...


Item # 204
 
Title:
Spratling Bird Brooch
Desc.:
A charming brooch showing a diving bird with a ring in his mouth holding three moving balls. An unusual Spratling design. Hallmarked on the back wit...


Item # 168
 
Title:
Aguilar Sterling Bracelet
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A beautiful wire linked bracelet by Hector Aguilar with each link shaped in a shield design. This bracelet has a strong geometric look which makes it...


Item # 169
 
Title:
Aguilar Sterling Bracelet
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A sterling silver link bracelet by Hector Aguilar with incised and oxidized pre- Columbian patterns decorating each link. Incised hallmark with Mexi...


Item # 102
 
Title:
Antonio Pineda sterling shell brooch
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Brooch by Antonio Pineda with a shell motif in sterling and a blue-gray pearls. Hallmarked on the reverse with the Antonio crown mark and the Mexican ...

 
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