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early Hector Aguilar Mexican silver “pillow” Bracelet ~ a Taxco classic

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Pictured in Penny Morril’s “Silver Masters of Mexico” on p. 136, this early Hector Aguilar bracelet is one of his “pillow” link designs, wrought here in sterling silver. Dating around 1945, it already employs the hidden hinge technique that Aguilar became known for, with the hinges in our case having been shaped in a way that anticipates the maestro’s later massive “bullet” bracelet… Learn more Size/Weight: 7  3/8″ long yet wears more like a 6  1/2″ to 6  3/4″ piece due to the shape of the links;  7/8″ wide; 54.5 grams Hallmarks / Date: fully and appropriately signed as shown; combination of hallmarks is from the 1940-1945 period Condition: excellent vintage with nice patina and no repairs or damage – an early Aguilar classic ON HOLD – please inquire! Contact us about this...

Sigi Pineda Taxco silver “boomerang” Bracelet with obsidian ~ Mexican modernist book piece

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Book piece Sigi Pineda Mexican modernist bracelet out of the maestro’s “boomerang” series, here the classic oxidized surfaces are complemented with obsidian in an elegantly minimalist hinged bangle. Fluidity, warmly glowing patina and Sigi’s unsurpassed ability to lend dynamic motion to precious metals combine in a Taxco mid-century classic…   Size/Weight: 6  7/8″ inner circumference (clasped); width between 1  7/16″ at center front and 1/2″ at its narrowest; 71.5 grams Hallmarks / Date: maker’s signature as shown as well as “STERLING”, des. no 34 and Eagle 36 assay mark; 1950s-60s Condition: excellent vintage with its oxidation in very good shape, a smooth, perfect stone, great patina and no flaws noted   SOLD – Thank you! Contact us about this...

modernist Enrique Ledesma Mexican silver and stone inlay Bracelet

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A master lapidary, Enrique Ledesma has a magical way of seamlessly marrying silver and stone and the bracelet presented here is one of his signature designs. I am very partial to azur-malachite and just by looking at the richness of the blues and greens in the stones you can understand why. A real pleasure to wear and to behold…   Size/Weight: 7″ long (wearable) by 3/4″ wide; 35.5 grams Hallmarks / Date: maker’s signature as shown as well as “TAXCO HECHO EN MEXICO”, “925” alongside Eagle 3 assay mark and des. no 202; 1950s-60s Condition: excellent vintage with richly colored inlay, warmly glowing patina and no flaws noted   SOLD – Thank you! Contact us about this...