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She also told me that "the necklace is actually the Mayan Calendar: days, months and years. So just because it doesn't have MS-12 or Salas does not mean it is a Matilde Poulat piece. I last saw him over a year ago, he is a most wonderful man (in his 80's) with a great family.A professor at the NSW University picked this up after he counted all the stones, and the way they were segmented, and he noted that this had taken a considerable effort by the maker to work out." Is this true or simply coincidence? He has a small booth at the Bazar Sabado in San Angel in Mexico City that is open for a few hours on Saturday only.
She was a talented designer who worked for many years creating some of Los Castillo's most successful designs.
Any help on identifying would be greatly appreciated. submitted by Jo-An Recently inherited ring with the hallmark SPM, on left side of S 1/2 diamond shape, right side of M other 1/2 diamond shape and then joined at top and bottom with a line. The Rainwater book says that today they only deal in loose diaminds. His studio/gallery was in the North Beach section of San Francisco where, beginning in the 1930s, he handcrafted unique works of art including sculpture and jewelry.
Can any please tell me who made this ring and approximate age? I found SPM listed in a trademark book from 1950 and in Rainwater's book. Margaret De Patta was a close friend and, together with other "pioneers" of this period, they started the San Francisco Metal Arts Guild.
He was born in Tertenia, Italy in 1898 and became a sculptor of commemorative works, a medalist, crafts person, and professor of art at the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome.
Most of his career was spent in New York City; although he spent much time in Italy where he was also a student at the Academy of Fine Arts and exhibited at the Roman Exchange and the Italian Salon.
If I am in the wrong forum, please excuse me and direct me where I should look. After 1915 (or so) the company became the Manchester Silver Company."M" with the words ade/in/exico sort of arranged among lines of the letter M in this fashion---- Reading from the top, The letter M is on its side.