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A great looking vintage Mexican made solid silver brooch featuring two dancers. It shows a pair of free form, abstract, figures nicely modelled in 925 silver. Most likely artisan made, this brooch dates to approx, circa. 1970’s and is a much earlier example than most available on the market today.

‘Mexican silver’
The history of silver in Mexico is a big part of its history in relation to the world. At one time Mexico provided over a third of the world’s silver.  Only a year into Spain’s conquest of Mexico in 1521, Hernan Cortes made claim to mining silver in Taxco, a city south of Mexico City. Intermittently, new veins were discovered there. This part of Mexico became world-renowned for its high-quality silver


In good original condition with no deep scratches or damage. Some light surface patination as to be expected with a vintage Mexican silver pieces.

Please the images as they form part of the description and condition.


A balance of simplicity and form in this original dancers Mexican silver brooch.


Materials: Silver
Size: 6.5cm in width x 7cm in height
Era: Vintage (denotes anywhere from 30 to a 100 years old)

Stamps: ‘Mex - 925’

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Vintage Mexican Silver Dancers Brooch, circa. 1970’s