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Classic Taxco .925 silver jewelry. World class silversmith work and a superlative surface finish. Continue Reading



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Our parents and grandparents made handcrafted jewelry in the home workshops of our village and we are proudly carrying forward the tradition, in order to provide a future for our children. Continue Reading...

Pewter Cross Pendant CP-1-001

Pewter Pendand Cross with Turquoise Inlay.

Each Necklace Comes With a Handsome Adjustable Black Fabric Cord.

We recomend the silver over lay necks to complement this cross



5.9 cm = 2.32 inches




History of Taxco

In 1926, American born William Spratling, 
an architecture professor form Tulane University, 
came to study Mexico and its people 
and changed the silver industry and the country forever, 
both economically and artistically. 
He utilized the artistry of the native people 
and his own artisan genius to forge the stunning results 
for which Mexican silvercraft became world-notable. 

Spratling’s reverent interpretations of the Aztec 
and classical designs and his concepts of how silver 
should be worked are appreciated 
more and more among museums, collectors and connoisseurs.

In the beginning, Spratling had to

motivate and encourage the community

artisans to work silver into fine jewelry. 
They made only platters, candlesticks

and the like from silver. 

Their interest was to make only objects of gold, 
usually filigree work. The goldsmiths believed 
it was beneath their dignity to work in silver. 

Gradually, and happily, the evolution took place 
and so the modern Taxco tradition was established. 

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