Stunning sterling silver and tiger's eye modernist brooch by Mexican silversmith Sigi Pineda!
A delightful modernist approach in this design. Forms counteracting one another create a sense of depth and contrasting shapes and colors create motion.
Marked Sigi Tasco in an oval with a circular mark, Hecho en Mexico, Design number 267, Eagle #3.
Measures 2" x 1-1/2".
Very Good Condition with a nice mellow patina.
See the matching earrings here: https://www.etsy.com/listing/598586065/vintage-sigi-pineda-sterling-silver-and?ref=listings_manager_grid
Sigi Pineda, now in his early 70's, may be one of the last of the great historic artisans of Taxco still producing jewelry and new designs. He developed his own style in the early 1950's, approaching a more international flavor to his work than his contemporaries and predecessors who were exploring symbolic Mexican themes. Sigi's version of organic modernism was inspirational in developing and establishing a new design sensibility in Taxco, Mexican modernism, adding to the established Mexican art vocabulary.
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