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Margot de Taxco "Fish in Waves" Champlevé Necklace

Item Details

Margot van Voorhies was a highly influential silversmith presiding in the city of Taxco, a hub of modernist, Mexican jewelry. Primarily working in colorful enamels she worked in traditional motifs evoking Mayan and Aztec designs as well as Egyptian, floral and serpent motifs. This is design #5644 and can be found on pages 60, 61, 170 and 177 in Margot Van Voorhies: The Art of Mexican Enamelwork by, Penny C. Morrill.

Brand/Designer: Margot de Taxco
Style: Vintage, Modernist, Mexican
Materials: Sterling Silver
Necklace Length: 15.00"
Necklace Closure Type: Box Tab Insert
Hallmarks: 5644 MARGOT DE TAXCO STERLING, MADE IN MEXICO with Pictorial Mark
Total Weight: 92.40 grams
   
Primary Stone Type: Enamel
  • This item has been evaluated and verified by a GIA Graduate Gemologist.
  • All diamond and gemstone grading is done under GIA standards as the mounting permits, where gemstones are present; where mountings impede accurate measurements, (estimated) dimensions are provided. All weights and measurements are estimated and approximate. Industry standard and accepted treatments for gemstones are assumed unless otherwise noted.
  • Pre-owned jewelry may contain minor markings/imperfections throughout.
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Condition

- minor cracks and missing enamel.
- possible enamel repair in areas.

Item #

ITMG570308

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