This is one of the most fabulous bracelets that I have ever owned. It is very early Mexican silver made way before the use of Eagle marks. It is simply marked Mexico Silver. Bracelet tests Sterling Silver. This is a very chunky bracelet. I have included many photos so you can see the construction details. The clasp is hidden and is part of the end link. You can see how it slips over the rod on the other side. There is a decoration on the four center links. Each center has a small, undyed, turquoise stone. Please look carefully at the photos. One of the stones shows some damage but it still there intact. Bracelet will fit a wrist about 7 1/2 inches. It measures a bit longer but you won't be able to get it on if your wrist is larger than 7 1/2 inches because of the design of the clasp. Bracelet is 1 1/4 inches wide. The height of the center links is 1/2 inch top to bottom. I have left the old patina on it as many collectors prefer older pieces that way. This hallmark would date the bracelet to the late 1930's or early 1940's. It is in excellent condition.
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Early Mexican Silver Bracelet Incredible Piece of Sterling Jewelry
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