Matching the necklace I listed a few days ago and equally amazing this modernist Margot de Taxco Mexican silver and pink quartz bracelet is such a … riot! I know the color pink and the concept of a riot do not really go together but the fact that I – definitely NOT a pink girl – loved this piece is nothing less than … a riot! Clearly influenced by mid-century Scandinavian design, this is a beautifully made bracelet, perfectly articulated and comfortable to wear, and the quartz cabochons themselves exhibit such a variety of hues you will never tire of looking at them…
PS: In one of the photos you see the demi together – the necklace is also available on my site
and if you are interested in both pieces, ask me for the combined price!
Size/Weight: 7 1/2″ long by 7/8″ wide; 82.7 grams
Hallmarks / Date: signed with Margot’s logo as shown as well as “STERLING MADE IN MEXICO” and a badly stamped Eagle 16 assay mark; there is not design number on the bracelet but a similar demi with moss agate is pictured on p. 144 of Penny Morrill’s book on Margot’s enamels bears des. no 5630; 1960s
Condition: excellent vintage with beautiful color variation and inclusions in the pink quartz, a slick minimalist design, very comfortable to wear, with beautiful patina and no damage or repairs noted
SOLD – Thank you!