The Aztec calendar is engraved in exquisite detail on these wonderful sterling silver cuff links. The engraved tops are attached to posts with swiveling bars. A slight patina gives them a feeling of age and depth. So unusual and interesting. The back of each link is signed 925, Mexico and Taxco.
This piece dates from the 1950s, a high point in silver jewelry design in Mexico. The Mexican city of Taxco drew jewelry artists from all over the world. The main attraction for the designers and studio jewelers was the locally mined supply of materials, silver and semi precious gems were abundant and affordable.
Details.....The top of the cuff link measures 1.04" in diameter and weighs 18.3 grams. In Very Good Vintage condition. You should expect some wear on all vintage and antique jewels, we consider it part of its charm.
Item number pg401.