1950s Margot de Taxco "Cornflower" Clamper and Necklace
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 #5316 and can be found on page 14 in Margot Van Voorhies: The Art of Mexican Enamelwork by Penny C. Morrill.
|Jewelry Type:||Necklaces, Bracelets|
|Brand/Designer:||Margot de Taxco|
|Style:||Vintage, Modernist, Mexican|
|Total Sterling Silver Weight (grams):||196.30 grams|
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