Description

A simply gorgeous abstract shell brooch by Taxco artist Rafael Dominguez circa 1950.  Dominguez was a student of William Spratling and had his own well-known Taxco studio in the mid-century period.  He was known for his heavy pieces and this brooch fits the bill, so you don't want to wear it on a light piece of fabric.  It is exceptional in its design and has a Deco influence, so it is possibly a bit earlier than the 1950's.  

Measures 1.5 x 1.5".

Stamped "980" for silver content (higher than sterling) and "RD" maker's mark for Dominguez.  Also stamped "TAXCO".

Weighs 18.1 grams.

In excellent condition!

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