Butterflies, Ribbons and Bows in A Margot Specimen Necklace

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Magnificent and bold silver necklace is curvilinear throughout. It can be interpreted as abstract ribbons and bows or as a butterfly motif.The leading authority on Mexican Silver believes this to be a piece created for a competition by Margot. The necklace changes form in many unique ways. The centerpiece, or bow section, can be separated and worn as a large brooch. (Image 2) In georgian and victorian periods, such a piece was known as an stomacher and was fastened above the waist. This same centerpiece, if separated once again, becomes two fluid brooches to be worn as imagination sees them. (image 3) The entire necklace may be fitted for wear just below the neck or lower on the chest by adding or subtracting links provided. This is a one of a kind example of the silver art of Mexico in its time of high creativity. Contact me for exact measurements of each part
Details
Place of Origin
MEXICO
Date of Manufacture
c.1940
Condition
Excellent
Dealer Location
Hastings on Hudson, NY
Number of Items
1
Reference Number
JU12061032632
Address
Glorious Antique Jewelry
P.O. Box 444
Hastings on Hudson NY 10706
US
(347) 934-4847
1stdibs Dealer since 2009 Located in Hastings on Hudson, NY
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