Victoria Ana Brilanti Mexican Deco silver Necklace ~ cactus flower

on Aug 10, 2020 in Mexican and Latin American, Necklaces

One of my favorite designs by Victoria, to the world Ana Maria Nunez de Brilanti, the links of this Mexican Deco necklace are inspired by cactus flowers and hand-wrought in sterling silver sheet with good thickness. Victoria made this in at least two different widths and the example at hand is the narrower, easier to wear version no matter what the occasion or the … weather is. Deeply chased and oxidized lines form the stylized petals and each flower is centered by five tiny little beads. Please note the way the clasp is hidden in the design so when you have the necklace on, it looks like an uninterrupted chain of blooms around the neck…


Size / Weight: 16 5/8″ long (wearable) by 5/8″ wide; 46.6 grams

Hallmarks / Date: maker’s name as shown as well as “MEXICO TAXCO STERLING” and des. no 68; pre-1948

Condition: excellent vintage featuring one of the sweetest floral designs in vintage Mexican jewelry, with fantastic patina (you can always polish a little more), easy to wear and a pleasure to behold, with no damage and no repairs noted


Offered at $225.00

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