The history behind Margot is fascinating. Margot opened her shop in 1948 and she also created many of the designs for Los Castillo before her marriage to Antonio Castillo ended. Her work is well respected and highly desirable to collectors. Margot designed every single piece that her company produced. According to Morrill & Berk in the great book Mexican Silver, "Margot's insistence on meticulous production techniques resulted in a high level of workmanship for every piece she signed".Owning a piece of Margot's work is a must for any high end Taxco collector. This piece is absolutely guaranteed to be original and vintage, it is NOT a reproduction. Hallmark: Margot de Taxco Sterling Made in Mexico Eagle(16) 5633. Size: Wearable: 14 1/2" (for the more petite neck); Width: 5/8"; Grams: 53. Condition: Excellent vintage - the enamel is in wonderful condition. Want to get the best tips on cleaning or caring for silver, history about early silver artisans, or to be the first to know about my latest listings? Please ask questions if you need more information about a specific piece. I strive to answer questions very promptly! International customers, please do understand that any. Are your responsibility at your location.
The item "Vintage Margot de Taxco Mexico Mexican Sterling Silver Enamel Necklace 20012" is in sale since Monday, May 22, 2017. This item is in the category "Jewelry & Watches\Vintage & Antique Jewelry\Vintage Ethnic/Regional/Tribal\Mexican, Latin American". The seller is "thevintagesilvershop" and is located in Durango, Colorado. This item can be shipped worldwide.