1930s Sterling & Pottery Pendant Necklace
- 1930s Sterling & Pottery Pendant Necklace
- A Sweet Old Taxco Sterling Pendant.
- The Center Of Is A Fired Hand-Painted Piece Of Pottery Showing A Large Pot Sitting Next To A Huge Agave Cactus
- The centerpiece is enclosed with a tiny delicate piece of twisted silver wire.
- This is followed by an oval of flattened liquid silver drops and edged in flattened twisted sterling wire
- Still visible on the back of the pendant is a portion of the original Made In Mexico stamp which now reads only “ade” and “exico”
- The little pendant is strung on Cerrillos Turquoise beads with brown matrix.
- Also, there are sterling silver beads with a flower design, plain sterling silver beads and faceted carnelian beads
- The findings are sterling silver and the piece is strung on jeweler’s wire
- The oval pendant is 1 3/8″ wide x 1″ high
- Strung on the beads, the necklace is 10 1/2″ long
- Tribal Jewelry