Sigi Pineda Mexican silver and obsidian Bracelet ~ sleek Taxco minimalism

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Sigi Pineda sterling silver hinged bracelet, this piece represents the epitome of minimalism and abstraction, its polished cab of golden sheen obsidian being its creator’s only concession to luxury. The thick silver arms exude an intense sense of motion which combined with the stone’s deep glow attract the eye and hold the gaze captive. Perfection…   Size/Weight: 6  1/4″ inner circumference (clasped; perfect for smaller wrists); drop of arm holding obsidian in the front is 2″; 43.5 grams Hallmarks / Date: maker’s signature as shown above “TASCO” as well as “HECHO EN MEXICO STERLING”, Eagle 36 and des. no 610 (I believe); 1950s-60s Condition: excellent vintage with a fabulous stone and great patina   SOLD – Thank you! Contact us about this...

Sigi Pineda Mexican silver and two pearls Cuff Bracelet ~ a Taxco modernist gem

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Slick, modernist Sigi Pineda sterling silver and pearls cuff bracelet, the two pearls lifted above their oxidized background and showcased in a shadow-box asymmetrical opening. This is Sigi at one of his best moments, I believe, the choice of materials a favorite of mine and a combination that Antonio Pineda also benefited from during his career…   Size/Weight: 6  3/4″ inner circumference (including the 1  3/8″ gap); 1  1/16″ at center front; 51.6 grams Hallmarks / Date: Sigi’s signature in script above “Tasco” as well as “MADE IN MEXICO TAXCO”, Eagle 1 assay mark and des. no 57; 1950s Condition: excellent vintage, sheer pleasure to wear, with softly glowing patina and its oxidation and pearls in great shape   SOLD – Thank you! Contact us about this piece...