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The Rare, The Unique, The Wow!

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.

  • This is a huge deep dish repousse vintage picture frame that holds an 8x10 photo with ease. The Mexican silver is hallmarked 900 and there are initials that can not all be made out. (not t-marks) This is old and the wood back is thick and strong and the glass is great inside. It hangs from bar on the back but it does not have an easle back. It has a feeling of folk art to the piece and displays a beautiful floral relief. 12in. tall and 13.5in. across. The silver is 2in. thick on 3 edges and 2.5in. thick along the top relief. Really Special...
  • Rich and timeless is this pre-1948 signed Hector Aguilar necklace which was designed by Valentin Vidaurreta. This piece is RARE and fantastic. Holding it in your hands gives you a strong sense of the early history of the Spratling Era of Mexican silver. The necklace is called the Armadillo necklace and sports a warm patina. The piece is 18 inches in wearable length and 93 grams heavy. The hallmarks are identical to Penny Morrills book, SILVER MASTERS OF MEXICO page 12, example D. The black velvet neckband is newer and it should be due to the age of the necklace and the drop spans 7.75in. across and is 1 3/8in. at its widest point. The clasp is a decorative work of art as well and is a substantial 1.25in. long and 5/8in. wide. This design was allowed by Vidaurreta to continue to be made by Manuel Altamirano an employee of both Aguilar and Vidaurreta and those pieces are signed by Altamirano. This Armadillo necklace is early and is hallmarked by Hector Aguilar making it a superb, rare, treasure, just LOOK AT THAT NECKLACE!

  • Breathtaking 4in. diagonal measurement and 3in. tall heavy brooch weighing 47.5 grams. This repousse vintage Mexican silver horse is expertly detailed by and signed with an early linear hallmark of Los Castillo. A stunning book piece and a rare treasure.