Early Taxco modernist silver and moonstones cuff bracelet very reminiscent of Antonio Pineda in both style and materials combination. Minimalist, with stunning presence and the hand-wrought quality that characterizes Mexican jewelry from the ’30s and ’40s, an unsigned piece to re-affirm the conviction that gorgeous jewelry does not always have to come with a big signature attached to it…
Size/Weight: just shy of 7″ inner circumference (including the 1 3/8″ gap; relatively adjustable but I would recommend caution if trying to adjust so as not to damage the cuff); width between 1 7/8″ and 1/2″; 45.9 grams
Hallmarks / Date: simply marked “STERLING MEXICO”; 1940s
Condition: excellent vintage, very slick with beautiful stones, warmly glowing patina and no flaws noted
SOLD – Thank you!