Margot de Taxco Mexican silver “roses” Ring ~ des. no 5194

on Apr 29, 2020 in archived

Margot de Taxco’s design no 5194, her “roses” parure, is one of her most romantic, “feminine” creations. There is something so tactile about the small silver flowers linking together to make up necklaces, bracelets and brooches that brings a certain kind of “first love” warmth to your heart and put a smile on your face. Quite often combined with hearts and cupids, the “roses” are the quintessentially “lovers’ jewelry” motif. The design’s appeal seems to have lasted for a long time since most of the parure’s components show up often enough – except for the ring, which follows the rule about Margot rings: there just aren’t enough around. Yet here it is – discretely sweet, beautifully made, gracefully aged. Is it time to … smell the roses?


Size/Weight: sz 6 US (easily re-sizable by a jeweler); face is 7/8″ N-S by 3/4″ E-W; 5.7 grams

Hallmarks / Date: fully signed with Margot’s name as well as “STERLING MADE IN MEXICO”, des. no 5194 and Eagle 16 assay mark; 1950s-60s

Condition: excellent vintage with fantastic patina, crisp casting with oxidation giving depth and dimension to the design, with no damage and no repairs noted



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