Casa Prieto Sterling Silver Bracelet, 1930's. During the Mexican Silver Renaissance in fancy days of design, (mainly in Taxco) you were either a designer who was developing your own signature look or you were a silversmith for these designers who were making a huge name for themselves in the fairly new developed industry. Many of these silversmith's were encouraged to make a name for themselves that they would later develop having their own signature look & style..But It wasn't only Taxco where this period was booming with incredible designs, but in Mexico City & Guadalajara as well. These places were also putting out some of the finest work that was being produced & has become some of the most collectible.. Casa Prieto was one & were housed in Mexico City.
They were known for their labor intensive, intricate cut out silver work & came out with some of THE finest pieces that are now some of the most collectible in 30's-40's Mexican Vintage.. it's pieces like these that make Mexican vintage SO desirable.
This bracelet is a perfect example of what they produced & as you can see, it is literally an EXQUISITE piece of art! You don't come across Casa Prieto's jewelry too often, since it has gone into the most collected hands, so their work is somewhat "Rare" & hard to find. I have been a serious Mexican vintage collector for decades now & Casa Prieto has always ranked high on my list!! So if your mouth waters over "FINER" vintage Mexican jewelry as mine does, then this is a piece that definitely needs to be appreciated for it's amazing workmanship!
It's a piece you can proudly show off & love & will stand out on it's own! Again, Casa Prieto is highly collectible & bracelets of this size, style, quality are not the easiest hard to find! Bracelet is 7"inches long 1"? This item is in the category "Antiques\Silver\Non-U.The seller is "joseeligogarciaciachino" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.