Seven Pieces of Mexican Jewelry by Hector Aguilar, Los Ballesteros, Enrique Ledesma, and William Spratling
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Seven Pieces of Mexican Jewelry by Hector Aguilar, Los Ballesteros, Enrique Ledesma, and William Spratling, Aguilar bangle, c. 1950, maker's mark, eagle mark, "940 Taxco Taller Borda," interior cir. 7 1/2; Los Ballesteros brooch/pendant, c. 1940, oval silver form with central turquoise stone, maker's script mark, "Sterling 925 Hecho en Mexico," approx. 1 1/4 x 1 1/8; three Ledesma brooches, c. 1960, horn mounted with abstract silver decoration, marked "Ledesma Taxco," ht. 2, a lozenge-shape enameled silver, marked "P 285 Mexico Ledesma Taxco 925," eagle mark, approx. 1 1/4 x 2 3/4, and a triangular brooch with turquoise set in silver, marked "Ledesma Mexico Taxco 925 280," eagle mark, approx. 1 1/8 x 2 1/2; a Spratling silver brooch and a pair of earrings, c. 1940, scored silver squares, maker's mark, "Spratling Silver" in oval, brooch 1 x 1, earrings 7/8 x 7/8 in.
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