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Mexico POULAT MATL Style Sterling Silver Amethyst Turquoise Coral Repousse Necklace


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Mexico POULAT MATL Style Sterling Silver Amethyst Turquoise Coral Repousse Necklace

This exquisite vintage MEXICO POULAT MATL Style sterling silver and multi gemstone necklace features amethyst, turquoise and coral stones set in sterling silver. It is a handcrafted period piece that displays high-quality workmanship as shown with the intricate, fine details of the spiral patterns and excellent repousse work.

The .875"(l) x .50"(w) oval links on each side measure 10" in length, the two piece articulated pendant with tassels measures 4.25" in length and 2" in width. The overall length measures 13.5". The necklace is secured with a box clasp set with a turquoise stone. The box clasp is stamped ALC denoting Guadalajara, Mexico.

The vintage condition of this item is very good, having wear and patina consistent with its age.This would be a great addition to any Vintage Mexico Jewelry Collection. #90

Stamps: 925, ALC 

The Poulat Style has a rich history in Mexico's silver jewelry renaissance. These designs have been handcrafted by some of Mexico's finest artisans.Celebrated jewelry designer Matilde Poulat first trained as a painter at the San Carlos Academy of Fine Arts in Mexico City alongside famed Mexican muralist Diego Rivera. She opened her own silver design taller (workshop) in 1934 under the mark of “Matl” which is derived from the Aztec word for “water”. Her pieces were heavily inspired by baroque detail work as well as by the feminine colors of Mexico, often using turquoise and coral as accents.


  • Designer = Vintage Mexican Silver
  • Material = Sterling Silver
  • Metal Finish = Warm Patina
  • Gemstone = Amethyst
  • Shape/Cut = Multiple
  • Gem Color = Purple
  • 2nd Gemstone = Turquoise
  • 2nd Shape/Cut = Round Cabochon
  • 2nd Gem Color = Blue
  • Weight (Grams) = 119.04G
  • Condition = Vintage

Item ID: 100001

Category: Necklace

Note: This item has been inspected and appraised by a GIA Graduate Gemologist Appraiser.

Diamond origin is tested using a GIA iD100 Gem Testing Device. Unless indicated otherwise, all diamonds are to be considered natural, earth-mined diamonds. All man-made, laboratory-grown, laboratory-created, or synthetic diamonds are well marked on the price tag as well as in the website description.

All diamond and gemstone grading is done under GIA standards as the mounting permits. All gemstone weights and measurements are approximate. Unless otherwise stated, colored gemstones may have commonly used clarity and color enhancing treatments per industry standards.

Prospective buyers should note that all jewelry we sell is 'used' and will likely have some amount of wear, we warranty that the item will be essentialy as we have described it, but no other warranties are expressed or implied, and all items are sold 'as is'.

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