An adventurer in design and a dreamer, Margot de Taxco kept wide open horizons when it came to creative inspiration. Her jewelry betrays the mental and physical journeys she undertook as motifs from Japan and China, Scandinavia, ancient Rome and Egypt were added to the incredible richness of Maya and Aztec iconography. This Viking dragon ship brooch is an example of those journeys that does not come up very often. Endearingly “caricaturesque”, it is crafted of thick sterling silver sheet and exhibits seamless overlay and deep hand-chased details…
Size/Weight: 2 3/4″ tall by just shy of 2 1/8″ wide; 19.6 grams
Hallmarks / Date: fully signed with Margot’s name as well as “MADE IN MEXICO STERLING”, Eagle 16 assay mark and des. no 5131; 1950s-60s
Condition: excellent vintage with great patina, a fun design, good weight and size and no damage nor any repairs noted
SOLD – Thank you!