Antonio Reina AAR Mexican Deco silver repousse Bracelet in a Margot de Taxco design

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Bold and masterfully made, this vintage Deco Mexican silver bracelet is part of a parure whose earrings bear the initials “AAR” which many in the field of Taxco jewelry associate to maestro Antonio Reina. Having managed Margot’s workshop, Reina is highly regarded for his repoussage and his pieces, quite often based on Margot de Taxco and Los Castillo designs, are of superb quality…     Size/Weight: 8″ long (wearable) by 1 1/2″ wide; 56.0 grams Hallmarks / Date: “STERLING MEXICO” and des. no 4; Reina’s “AAR” initials to be seen on matching earrings that are listed with matching necklace; 1940s Condition: excellent vintage with no damage or repairs, fantastic patina and impeccable craftsmanship   SOLD – Thank you! Contact us about this...

early Matilde Poulat Mexican silver and stones Pin Brooch ~ classic Matl

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Generously sized, an early Matilde Poulat brooch featuring two of Matl’s classic motifs, her repousse birds perched on the flowers of a stylized potted plant. Adorned with coral and turquoise, the pin can be enjoyed as such or as a pendant with the use of a simple pin-to-pendant converter. Beautifully made, playfully articulated, this is a must-have for the Poulat collector… Learn more Size/Weight: 2  3/8″ tall by just above 2  1/2″ wide; 26.7 grams Hallmarks / Date: Matl’s name in script and a combination of hallmarks as shown used in the 1934-48 period Condition: excellent vintage with great patina, beautiful stones and no flaws noted SOLD – Thank you! Contact us about this...