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     Authentic Handmade Silver Jewelry

Date: 4/12/2013 5:30 PM UTC

The quality and designs of wholesale .925 silver jewelry from Taxco, Mexico brings some of the finest jewelry pieces to the internet as well as brick and mortar stores. The silver from Taxco is traditionally very pure and of high quality. The artisans in Taxco use wholesale silver charms as well as local metal symbols to decorate their pieces.  Affordable prices can be found when you purchase unique silver rings plus pendants bracelets and necklaces. Most fine Mexican handcrafted jewelry is augmented with wholesale silver chains that are of equal value.

Online silver jewelry provides a vast array of Mexican silver jewelry plus gifts and silver plated display ware. You can find awesome jewelry designs in silver earrings, onyx gemstone rings and fine wholesale .925 silver jewelry that is guaranteed to be from Mexico.

Spratling Inspired Silver Jewelry

William Spratling is the father of Mexican silver jewelry. His designs used wholesale silver chains as well as oxidized silver pieces incorporated into carvings inspired by pre-Colombian art. The town of Taxco and its silver economy would be very different without the help of William Spratling. He recognized the importance of the culture of silversmithing and formed artistic silversmith shops to bring Taxco silver into the forefront of silver jewelry making.

The first design inspired by William Spratling is a period necklace that is now available as a model to produce fine jewelry at wholesale jewelry supply stores. When first produced, this piece was featured in Spratling's wholesale .925 silver jewelry catalogues.

In June 1931, Spratling had one silversmith, Artemio Navarrete who created silver jewelry form Spratling's designs. Using wholesale silver chains as part of the pieces, Spratling's designs began an industry that was based on an apprentice system. Within two years Spratling would have two more master silversmiths and a dozen apprentices. Spratling's business was growing and silver designs were being produced.
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Using wholesale jewelry suppliers from the United States, unique pieces of jewelry were hammered out and utilized the natural gemstones and stones from the area where unique silver rings were created. Spratling did not use the oxidized silver methods as often as some of his successors, but now some of his pieces have oxidized to the gorgeous dark patina of fine antique jewelry.

If you are looking for 100% authentic Spratling inspired or Spratling manufactured pieces, you can find these pieces marked with his primary hallmark or name and initials that were popular in that time period. If the silversmiths left enough flat apace on the jewelry piece a silver content mark was included. During Spratling's early years a marking of the place of design was also included. The styles of hallmarks changed over Spratling's thirty six year career and to find the best Spratling pieces you may have to do extensive research.

If you are interested in trying your hand at jewelry making and handcrafting, you can search your wholesale jewelry supply stores for tools, wholesale chains and charms as well as unique rings that can add to your collection. Geseell@avilasterling.com

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Date: 4/8/2013 3:00 PM UTC

Taxco, Mexico claims to be the foundation of sterling silver. Mexican sterling silver has been traced to the days of Cortez who trekked across the Mexican peninsula in the 16th century. In Taxco Cortex staked his claim on the silver mines that were prevalent in the hills surrounding a very small village.  Silver was quickly found to be perfect for jewelry making and by the17th century Taxco’s sterling silver adorned the royals of England, France, Spain and Germany. Unfortunately the mining industry of Taxco lapsed into obscurity by the 18th century.


Don Jose De La Borda rediscovered Taxco’s rich silver and hacked his way to a rich vein of silver in the local rocks. Jose De La Borda became extremely wealthy and built up the town of Taxco. The famous Santa Prisca Cathedral of Taxco was funded by the silver from the mines around Taxco.

In the 1930s William Spratling arrived in Taxco and began encouraging the locals to develop silversmithing talents. This was the beginning of modern Taxco silver and Spratling’s designs are still copied because of their authenticity and uniqueness.


Where to Order Mexican Jewelry

Buying Mexican jewelry from wholesale silver suppliers or in the streets of Taxco you will find that fine silver jewelry from Mexico is highly regarded because of elegant designs and the fine quality of the silver. Purchase unique rings or wholesale silver charms from online retails that specialize in Taxco silver. Taxco silver is the metal of history and Mexican kings; European royalty and international fashion designers wear Taxco jewelry. Look for fine Mexican sterling silver on the internet and through high quality websites that sell through online catalogs.

Wholesale silver jewelry suppliers carry fine handmade jewelry and offer quality products at reasonable prices. There are fashion designers who work exclusively with certain artisans from Guerrero, Chiapas, Jalisco, and specifically Taxco. These jewelry designers create unique silver rings that are made only once. If you want wholesale silver chains for day or evening wear, look at premier jewelry websites.

If it is your dream to make custom jewelry, you an order from wholesale silver jewelry suppliers who will help you with the bits and pieces you need to make your one of a kind jewelry piece. Looking for high quality silver chains?  Look no farther than Mexican wholesale silver chains. You cannot go wrong with wholesale .925 silver jewelry pieces.

You may find that wholesale silver jewelry suppliers carry modern Mexican pieces as well as traditional and oxidized silver pieces that resemble antiques. It is impossible to shop online at a Mexican sterling silver shop and not be able to find something that will appeal to your style.

If you’re familiar with the history of Taxco sterling silver and want to find vintage pieces, search through the onlinesilver catalogues of Avila. You will discover that vintage sterling silver from the 1290s to the 1940s are highly sought after by collectors. These period pieces have high historical value and many of these pieces reputed to be investment value. Geseell@avilasterling.com

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