Salvador Teran Mexican silver Taxco Necklace ~ modernist Noblemen design no 132

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Out of Salvador Teran’s masterful shadowbox line, a figural necklace that does not come up often featuring layered portraits of an ancient nobleman / warrior in its centerpiece. Steeped in Mexico’s history albeit through Salvador’s modernist gaze, the necklace is a piece of wearable art with its medallion leaning slightly forward as you have it on to allow for maximum visual impact. The matching earrings are also available…   Size/Weight: 15 1/2″ long (wearable; it probably wears a little bigger due to the way the central link sits but it’s very difficult to measure with accuracy); “noblemen” link isĀ 2 1/8″ wide by 1 1/4″ tall; width at the chain 1/2″; 61.8 grams Hallmarks / Date: Salvador’s signature in cursive as well as “STERLING MEXICO”, Eagle assay mark (partially hidden by construction as is...