Salvador Vaca Teran's iconic pieces are rare are highly sought after collector pieces. Salvador worked at William Spratling's (Taxco, Mexico silver designer) Taller de Las Delicias (Spratling's workshop) during the early 1930s, at Los Castillo (Castillo Brothers workshop) until the 1950s, then moved to Mexico City.
Salvador was best known for his Aztec-oriented, goldtone plated pot metal and ceramic pieces which were sold under the Marbel label.
This absolutely wonderful set include Bracelet, Brooch and earrings. Each of the pieces has a ceramic face wearing a headdress. The Bracelet measures 7 3/4" by 1 3/4". Pin/Brooch 1 3/4"by 1 3/4". Earrings 1.0" by 1.0".
The designer tag, on the Bracelet says: Marbel, S.A. (in script), the second line is difficult to read but I believe it says Salvador-11 (inventory number) Mexico. The earrings say Marbel, S.A. in script with inventory number 11 and Mexico. The Pin/Brooch says Can't Read... Due to the thickness of the plating,
The set is in excellent condition with no tarnish, cracks, chips, peeling on either the metal or ceramic pieces.
Very Rare and Collectible.
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