Gorgeous vintage collectible Margot de Taxco signed sterling silver and blue and white ocean waves bracelet. This piece features the polychromatic champlevé enamel that Margot de Taxco is famous for along with guilloche enamel details for a striking contrast. It was probably made in the 1950s. Wearable design that feels relevant within the context of contemporary fashion while truly representing an important moment in jewelry design history. This bracelet is in excellent condition for its age with minimal signs of wear to the enamel and silver -- no enamel loss or dings in the sterling.
Clasp and safety chain are both working well. Hallmarks: Margot de Taxco 5737 (or maybe 5787). Length: Approximately 7 (17.8 cm). Width: Approximately 1 (2.5 cm). Vintage and/or antique merchandise may have some degree of visible wear and/or patina.This is considered normal and can be a part of the overall appeal and charm. I do my best to mention any specific condition issues. All items are described to the best of my knowledge. My jewelry items arrive attractively packaged and ready for gifting. Margot van Voorhies Carr, known as Margot de Taxco was one of the great designers of Mexican jewelry in the mid-20th century. After moving to Mexico in 1937 she married Antonio Castillo who was working for William Spratling. After divorcing Antonio Castillo Margot opened Margot de Taxco in 1948. According to Penny Morrill and Carole Berk in Mexican Silver, Margot designed everything that her company produced and had book of instructions and drawings for each piece of jewelry detailing their construction and finishing.
The item "VTG Margot de Taxco Blue Wave Enamel Bracelet Mexican Sterling Silver & Enamel" is in sale since Sunday, July 4, 2021. This item is in the category "Jewelry & Watches\Vintage & Antique Jewelry\Vintage Ethnic/Regional/Tribal\Mexican, Latin American". The seller is "the-blue-billie" and is located in Port Orchard, Washington. This item can be shipped worldwide.