Slick modernist design with some beautiful lapidary work make this modernist Mexican silver and amethyst necklace a must-have for your jewelry box. Undoubtedly based on an original Enrique Ledesma design which is quite difficult to find with this specific stone, the necklace achieves a seamless transition from sterling to amethyst while the foiling on the back of the stones makes their depths sparkle with a bright purple light. What a treat…
Size/Weight: 15 1/4″ long (wearable); central part with the amethysts is 4 3/8″ long with a drop of 1″; width at the chain 5/16″; 39.5 grams
Hallmarks / Date: signed for maker yet illegibly as you can see but the “925” is clear in the photo; pre-1948 as I don’t see an Eagle assay mark
Condition: excellent vintage with beautiful stones, very nice lapidary work, great patina and no damage or repairs noted
SOLD – Thank you!