VINTAGE / CONTEMPORARY MEXICAN AND OTHER STERLING SILVER JEWELRY, LOT OF 16 PIECES, comprising five Mexican pieces of an adjustable figural fish ring, a pair of cufflinks with black stone tops, and a pair of earring studs of the comedy/tragedy masks, a figural fish brooch by Forstner Chain Corp. of Irvington, NJ, a large stone brooch/pendant, an Israeli Modernist Bruria Tamir pendant with Roman glass center, a figural charm of a bust, a stick pin with figural bird tip, a pair of partial hoop earrings with small opal-type cabochons, a Girl Scouts ring, a bracelet, and two necklace chains. Each piece except one Mexican earring marked for sterling fineness, some with maker's marks. Total weight excluding large stone brooch/pendant, Mexican cufflinks, and earring friction fasteners and including non-sterling components: 4.190 ozt. 20th/21st century. Necklace chains 16 1/4" and 24" L.
Good to very good overall condition with some wear, surface scratches, and other imperfections including nicks, bending, one or a few minute/small dents, and/or worn spots to decoration.
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From the collection of the late Nancy and John Stewart, Broadway, VA.