20th Century Silver Streak

Perry, Carol
October 2011
Antique Shoppe Newspaper;Oct2011, Vol. 25 Issue 12, p38
The article focuses on the development of Mexican silver jewelry, the interest of American architect William Spratling to silver jewelries, and cites various silver jewelry pieces including a sterling silver cuff bracelet, Mexican silver bracelets, and a silver pin.


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