Sigi Pineda Taxco mod Mexican silver Bracelet early des. no 15

on Nov 4, 2014 in archived


Sleek modernism and heavy sterling combine in this Sigi Pineda bracelet which seems to be one of the maestro’s earlier creations and a hard to find piece as well. A perfect match for the necklace in the same design that is also available here (just scroll down the main gallery to find it) it is characterized of all the features that make Sigi jewelry exceptional: perfect finishing, generous weight, a marrying of glistening silver and dark oxidation and inspired sense of design. A collector’s dream and a work of wearable art…


Size/Weight: approx. 6  3/4″  inner circumference (clasped); width between 1  1/16″ and 9/16″; 83.4 grams

Hallmarks / Date: maker’s name is script above “Tasco” as well as “MADE IN MEXICO STERLING”, a partially stamped Eagle [should be 3] assay mark and des. no 15; 1950s

Condition: excellent vintage with fantastic patina, its oxidation in great shape and the added security of a safety chain



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