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Margot Van Voorhies was a highly influential silversmith, residing in the city of Taxco, a hub of modernist Mexican jewelry. Primarily working in colourful enamels, she used traditional motifs evoking Mayan and Aztec designs, as well as Egyptian, floral and serpent designs. This is design #5685 and can be found on pages 20, 21, and 178 in Margot Van Voorhies: The Art of Mexican Enamelwork  by Penny C. Morrill. 




Brand/Designer: Margot de Taxco
Style: Modernist, Mexican, 
Materials: Sterling Silver
Brooch Closure Type: Locking C-Clasp
Hallmarks: Margot De Taxco 5685 MADE IN MEXICO STERLING Eagle 16 with Pictorial Markings
Total Weight: 35.50 grams


Primary Stone Type: Enamel 
Primary Stone Shape: Inlay
Primary Stone Gemologist Note: Champlevé Enamel

Margot de Taxco Brown "Chrysanthemum" Champlevé Converter Brooch and Earrings

SKU: 00111
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