Enrique Ledesma Taxco Sterling & Azurite CuffLinks

Currency:USD Category:Jewelry / Cuff links Start Price:150.00 USD Estimated At:200.00 - 400.00 USD
Enrique Ledesma Taxco Sterling & Azurite CuffLinks
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Enrique Ledesma Taxco Sterling Cuff Links. Circa 1950s. Made of azurite and sterling silver. Each measures 1" x 1" x 0.5" and weigh 14 grams total. Rare items as cuff links were not made as often as other wearable jewelry. Artist: Enrique Ledesma, deceased 1979. Ledesma was a second generation silversmith who relocated to Taxco from Mexico City. He worked alongside other famous silversmiths such as William Spratling and Hector Aguilar. His items are known for blending silver and stone seemlessly. Condition: Worn but nice, some stone loss on one cuff link, see images. Shipping: $15.