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Pre-Columbian Style Sterling Silver Pectoral Brooch Mexico circa 1960 | From a unique collection of antique and modern miscellaneous jewelry at http://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/more-furniture-collectibles/miscellaneous-jewelry/

Pre-Columbian Style Sterling Silver Pectoral Brooch Mexico circa 1960

For Sale on - Vintage Pre-Columbian Style Gold Plated Sterling Silver Pectoral Pendant-Brooch. (doubles as a brooch and pendant). Mexico Inspired in the Pre-Columbian

Los Ballesteros Sterling Silver & Onyx Modernist Bracelet | From a unique collection of vintage link bracelets at http://www.1stdibs.com/jewelry/bracelets/link-bracelets/

Incredible Los Ballesteros Onyx 7 Sterling Silver Art Deco Bracelet

View this item and discover similar link bracelets for sale at - Being offered is a circa sterling silver bracelet by Los Ballesteros of Taxco, Mexico, in an art deco motif, with swirls of silver and elliptical

Los Castillo Silvered Brass and Abalone Inlay Crab Serving Tray with Lid | From a unique collection of antique and modern serving pieces at http://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/dining-entertaining/serving-pieces/

For Sale on - Los Castillo brass and Abalone Inlay Crab Serving Tray with original matching lid.

Afbeeldingsresultaat voor Taxco sterling modernist circle link bracelet

> Vintage Taxco Mexico EBH Signed UNIQUE Modernist Hematite Necklace Sterling in Jewelry & Watches, Vintage & Antique Jewelry, Vintage Ethnic/Regional/Tribal, Mexican, Latin American

Antonio Pineda Taxco .970 Silver & Amethysts Modernist Parure #AntonioPineda

Antonio Pineda Taxco .970 Silver & Amethysts Modernist Parure

For Sale on - Being offered is a circa 1955 sterling silver parure by Antonio Pineda of Taxco, Mexico; consisting of a necklace, bracelet & lever-back earrings adorned

William Spratling Large Cuff Sterling Silver and Rosewood Bracelet

For Sale on - Being offered is a circa 1944 sterling silver and rosewood cuff bracelet by William Spratling of Taxco, Mexico, with applied rosewood disks alternating

William Spratling Silver and Ebony Bracelet | 1stdibs.com

William Spratling Silver and Ebony Bracelet

View this item and discover similar bangles for sale at - Rarely seen, highly wearable bracelet by silver master, William Spratling. It is made of of four segments of sterling silver and ebony wood.

Antonio Pineda Gilded Sterling Silver & Moonstone Choker Necklace | From a unique collection of vintage choker necklaces at http://www.1stdibs.com/jewelry/necklaces/choker- necklaces/ 3500-

For Sale on - Being offered is a circa 1953 sterling silver necklace by Antonio Pineda of Taxco, Mexico, a gilded modernist segmented masterpiece with cabachon moonstones

1stdibs | William Spratling Sterling Silver Tortoise Shell Hand Motif Box

William Spratling Sterling Silver Tortoise Shell Hand Motif Box

View this item and discover similar sterling silver for sale at - Being offered is a rare circa 1950 sterling silver and tortoise shell box by William Spratling of Taxco, Mexico, the lid of the box with an inset of Spratling's

Jaguar Brooch by William Spratling a fellow jaguar fan

Jaguar Brooch by William Spratling

Fantastic Jaguar brooch in Silver and tortoiseshell. This is one of the most emblematic and rare pieces by William Spratling. It is in perfect condition.

Taxco Mexico 1950s Sun Brooch 925 Sterling by BrightEyesTreasures, $54.00

Taxco Mexico 1950s Sun Brooch 925 Sterling by BrightEyesTreasures, $54.00

Estate Vintage TAXCO Mexico Sterling Silver Wide Solid Link 45.4 Gram Bracelet | eBay

Estate Vintage TAXCO Mexico Sterling Silver Wide Solid Link 45.4 Gram Bracelet | eBay

RANCHO ALEGRE TAXCO MIGUEL 1868 STERLING

Fabulous miguel vintage mexico sterling aztec warrior extra wide cuff bracelet

Gorgeous-Modernist-Deco-Sterling-Silver-925-Pearl-Enamel-Brooch-Pin-24-grams

RHYTHM: Through repeating design elements (line, color, form and texture) rhythmic movement and continuity can be created. When using rhythm you invite the eye on a journey.

Los Castillo. Sterling Silver Ring. Ca 1960

Ed Weiner, USA gold and pearl, circa 1957 Much of what is called "art jewelry" today has it's roots in the modernist studio jewelry o.