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Antonio Pineda Shell .970 Silver Modernist Bracelet 1955

Being offered is an exceedingly rare circa 1950s .970 silver bracelet by Antonio Pineda of Taxco, Mexico; comprising a modernist concave design with inlaid shell at opposite ends of each link. The design is a rapturous flow of silver and shell, so subtle, but yet bold and forceful. The construction is remarkable. Dimensions: 7" long x 1" wide. Weight over 3 troy ounces. Marked as illustrated. In excellent condition.

Please see our other Antonio Pineda listings. Do you have the catalog entitled "Silver Seduction - The Art of Mexican Modernist ANTONIO PINEDA'?
This was the catalog for the recent exhibition of the master's work at UCLA's Fowler Museum. It is a must for any collector of Mexican silver.

Stanley Szaro, owner of Lauren Stanley, teaches American and Mexican silver courses at New York University (NYU) and specializes in silver by Tiffany, Gorham, Buccellati, Willam Spratling, Hector Aguilar and Antonio Pineda and many others.


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