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long Mexican silver and brass knots curb Chain Necklace

on Sep 27, 2019 in Mexican and Latin American, Necklaces

Heavy, classy in its combination of sterling and brass tied together in nautical knots, this Mexican chain necklace is perfect now that the weather is turning and we will be bringing our turtlenecks out! A post-1980 piece yet so nicely made and so minimalist in its conception despite the heftiness of the curb links and the texture of the twist-rope elements. One of those necklaces that can stand their own if worn alone but lend themselves happily to impressive “neck messes”…

 

Size/Weight: 31 1/2″ long (please note that this is a continuous strand of chain – there is no clasp so you will have to slide it over your head to wear it); knot stations are 9/16″ wide; 80.1 grams

Hallmarks / Date: maker’s registration code “TP-91” and “MEXICO 925”; 1980s

Condition: excellent vintage with great patina, quite substantial in weight and impressive in its presence, with no damage and no repairs noted

 

SOLD – Thank you!

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