Modernist Margot De Taxco Mexican Sterling Enamel Bracelet
A modernist Margot De Taxco Mexican sterling enamel bracelet. This sterling bracelet features a simple modernist geometric design complimented by green enamel.
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A modernist Margot De Taxco Mexican sterling enamel bracelet. This sterling bracelet features a simple modernist geometric design complimented by green enamel. Stamped “Hecho en Mexico” and “16” within an eagle on back of one link. Meanwhile the neighboring link is marked “Margot De Taxco” along with the digits 5403A. Secured with a clasp and attached safety chain. Bracelet weight 0.o6oz (19g).
Margot De Taxco was American born and know originally as Margot Van Voorhies Carr. Margot married in 1937 and she married and began working at Los Castillo of Taxco where many of her designs were produced. In 1948, her marriage ended and Margot opened her own workshop where she became better know as Margot De Taxco. Margot is know for her wonderful silver jewelry, but most notably for the pieces that combine silver and enamel, much like this piece.
7 1/2″ Long x 5/16″ Wide
Pre-owned, this item is in very good condition. Signs of normal wear and patina commensurate with age and use. One small dark spot appears on the enamel. Lastly, please view all the photographs as they serve as an extension of the description and condition report.
*Display stand not included*