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We strive to find Mexican silver, Vintage, antique and some newer jewelry that sets itself apart from the rest! Please contact us at LOOK AT THAT NECKLACE! as we are always buying older Mexican silver.

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    Simply a strand of beads of extraordinary workmanship signed as shown AEM with the M being the heart along side an eagle 23. A superb weight of 78 grams heavy and 21 inches long these beads are wire worked in the old fashioned loops in a circle floret that if made today would cost a FORTUNE. I also have some other Etruscan wire work pieces on my site in a bracelet and a pendant fob necklace. No dents or problems of any kind exist on this beauty. The largest width is 5/8th's of an inch. Every girl needs a great set of beads,just LOOK AT THAT NECKLACE!
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    We have to offer a Wilson Tsosie necklace that is a dramatic show stopper on. This Native American has been working in silver since the 1940's. He is a noted maker in Bille Hougharts book SOUTHWESTERN SILVER. This is thick silver weighing 127 grams. Each petal is studded with turquoise nuggets. The stones are natural and a real treasure. It is difficult to find a necklace made like this one today. The petals are 1.5in.tall, 2.25in. tall and the center one being 3.25in. tall. The overall length is 18.25 but you can hook it where ever you wish it to drop to. Please note I hooked it short on the Marilyn model and there is plenty of chain left. No damage anywhere, just LOOK AT THAT NECKLACE!

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    Gustavo Martinez worked for Hector Aguilar and was noted to be a friend of William Spratling. This bracelet is early and made in Mexico City as the hallmark shows the D.F. mark. The jeweled style was made well known and highly prized by Matilde Poulat. Also the hallmark reads COY which is an abbreviation for Coyocan which means "place of the coyote". The stones are with no chips or cracks. They are varied in tones of blue to dark green. The pictures show the more blue stones brighter than they really are. Please call with any questions and for a more complete description.