CASTLECLIFF MESOAMERICA: SEMI-PRECIOUS AZTEC PENDANT
c. early 1970's
Another stunning mash up of Natural History Museum Artifacts combining several historical Pre-Columbian elements, this pendant is part of CASTLECLIFF's MesoAmerican Series, a collection filled with Mayan figural elements, Pre-Columbian bird-like sculptures, Totem carvings and metal caged semi precious crystals in quartz, rose quartz, aventurine, amethyst, red agate. Designed by the prolific Lawrence (Larry) Vrba, this collection was designed and handmade in NYC in the early 1970's and is highly sought.
Large Totem Figures Combine with Mayan Masked Faces Adorned in Headdresses in the Central Pendant, Suspending another Mayan Face and Three Metal Caged Semi-Precious Stones
- Totem Inspired Pendant is 3" Wide and Hangs Approximately 5" Long from top of Pendant to Bottom of Center Bead Drop
- Small Hammered Link Chain to Back with 3 Additional 1" Round Caged Semi-Precious Crystals on Each Side - Approximately 7" to Back Each Side with 4" Long Extender Chain
- Russian Gold Plating in Excellent Vintage Condition
- Signed CASTLECLIFF at Back of Pendant
VINTAGE FINDS FROM AROUND THE GLOBE
UNIQUE AND ONE OF A KIND FINDS FROM DECADES PAST, COLLECTED &. CURATED OVER THE YEARS AT ESTATE SALES, FLEA MARKETS AND ANTIQUE STORES THROUGHOUT OUR TRAVELS.