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Ceramics from yesteryear
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This is a replica of a design from the 1930's and 40's, by the well known silversmith and designer, Margot. These replicas of Margot's design are currently being made in Taxco, so it is not old. This remake is much lighter than the old-time jewelry and contains less silver, but the workmanship is excellent and the price is much more affordable than the heavy vintage pieces of old. We're offering earrings with clips (like the originals) OR posts with a very nice, large backing for the post to make sure it stays in place. Absolutely wonderful. 950 Sterling. Muy Mexicana.
The size of the individual pieces in this design are smaller than the Margot necklace.
state of origin: Taxco, Guerrerodimensions: necklace is 17" around; bracelet is 7.5" long; earrings 2" long and .75" wide