towering brutalist sterling silver and amethyst Ring ~ a vintage 70s modernist beauty

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A stunner of a ring this 1970s brutalist beauty is not signed for maker yet its anonymity does not take away from its powerful presence and the intriguing complexity of its design. I am very partial to brutalist jewelry and thrilled to be presenting this piece here – just take a look at the deep, dark, saturated color of the substantial amethyst cabochon it houses among twisting and twirling silver tendrils…   Size/Weight: sz 6 (yet easily resizable by your jeweler); rises approx. 1/2″ off the finger when worn; face is 7/8″ square; 14.3 grams Hallmarks / Date: not signed for maker nor hallmarked for metal content yet tested and guaranteed to be of sterling quality; 1970s Condition: excellent vintage with no damage or repairs noted, a gorgeously rich stone and great design   SOLD – Thank you! Contact us about this...

Sigi Pineda Mexican silver Necklace and Earrings set with reversible stone ~ des. no 241

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  Magnificent and quite rare to find, Sigi Pineda’s design 241 is the epitome of modernist elegance and boasts reversible stones – so in actuality, you have two pieces in one! Featuring intense oxidation in the recessed areas which almost looks like cold enamel, the necklace and earrings set can be worn to display either the golden sheen obsidian cabs or the chrysocolla stones…   Size/Weight: 14  3/4″ inner circumference (clasped) for the necklace; earrings are 1  5/16″ by 3/4″ (at their widest); 123.o grams (for the set) Hallmarks / Date: fully and appropriately marked as shown; 1950s-60s Condition: excellent vintage with warm patina and its oxidation in very good shape with minimal signs of wear mostly on the earrings; please also note that the earrings have been converted to posts yet the conversion did not affect their hallmarking at...