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Once we have confirmed your order is ready-to-ship, - you will very rapidly have our jewelry in your hands by overnight international package delivery service. Continue Reading...


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



We are proud of every piece we make . If, for any reason you are not satisfied, or something breaks, we will immediately repair the piece or replace it to your satisfaction. Continue Reading


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"You can always count on high quality and saleable products." [Sue Elworth] "A gorgeous piece of jewelry. I just love it, love it, love it!!" [tennessee4me] Oct 27, 2010 More Satisfied Customers...


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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...

SMALL | Turquoise Theme Small Drop Earrings | ED-2-041

Tiny Drop Theme of Dark Turquoise Stone Mosaic Earrings; Lapidary Stones set in Fine Pewter Silver Alloy No Nickel, No Lead, No Cadmium, No Zinc.  Hypo-allergenic surgical ear wires, the safest wire you can use in your ears.



2.6 cm = 1 in

"Taxco, with its perfect climate and

picturesque aspect
was, in the fifties, the scene of a

Robert Mitchum film
for years it was something of

an art crowd rest spot.

In the sixties, Tecalpulco’s tin mirrors and frames
sold through tourist stores in Taxco.
The Tecalpulco craftsmen were also making
a flexible fish ornament overlaid in abalone shell.

The larger fishes had a heavy duty mouth fashioned for bottleopener.
The fish were built on tin sheet salvaged.
The artisan would work the shell material
on the edge of a carborundum wheel
mounted on a small bench motor
tied to a lard can filled with cement,
gluing on the abalone segments one by one
as she or he had shaped it."

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