Quite unusual in its combination of design elements, this Mexican Deco sterling silver lariat necklace is not signed yet it is easily recognized as a Taxco beauty. Generously proportioned, the repousse tips are fleshy and masterfully crafted and the elegantly slender chain interrupted by small sterling beads in equal intervals. Should I venture suggest Reveriano Castillo as the necklace’s possible maestro? He is known for having favored this form and the workmanship definitely supports the attribution…
Size/Weight: total length 36 1/2″; tips are 2″ tall by 1″ wide; 36.1 grams
Hallmarks / Date: not marked yet guaranteed to be of sterling quality; not signed for maker but possibly a Reveriano (Reveri) Castillo piece; 1940s
Condition: excellent vintage with great patina, no damage or repairs noted and just the slightest traces of old jeweler’s rouge in the recesses that can easily be polished out, if you wish to do so
SOLD – Thank you!