Hello and thank you for your interest in our inventory. Today I’m pleased to offer you this LOVELY Taxco/Mexico - Sigfrido Pineda, Modernist Sterling Silver and Pearl Bracelet
GREAT WITH A PAR OF JEANS OR YOU CAN DRESS IT UP FOR THAT SPECIAL OCCASION!
Ref., The Little Book Of Mexican Silver Trade And Hallmarks
New revised Edition by Bille Hougart
Sigfrido Pineda (1929-). The long career of award winning Sigfrido Pineda began as a pre-teenager when he spent three years working at Los Castillo. He is the cousin to Los Castillo-founder Antonio Castillo. Pineda then worked with Salvador Teran in 1945 in the city of Puebla, and then with Felipe Martinez at Piedra y Plata. He eventually became head of the enameling workshop at Margot de Taxco in 1949 before opening his own shop, Plateros, in 1952. The shop was later renamed Sigi.
Sigi items stamped with eagle 16 likely were marked at Margo’s to whom eagle 16 was assigned. Pineda’s work reflects great design flow and very creative use of dimension. Sigi was listed in the magazine This is Mexico as “fine silver” shop. Some of the work by Sigfrido Pineda is marked with an inventory or a design number. Silver, Enamel work.
Mark: Sigi 9script). Eagle number: 2, 3, 16, 25, 34, 35, 36, 95, 96
Inventory #: DK664MEX45
Size: Inside L. 7" x W. 1 3/8"
Weight: 33g or 1.17oz
Artist/Hallmark: Sigfrido Pineda / Sterling. Hecho enMexico. Sigi. Tasco. Eagle 36
Condition: Excellent Vintage Condition,
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