This is one of those pieces of Mexican silver that shouts quality. The intricate design is beautifully executed with the contrasting black in the centers which helps focus your eye on the design. Bracelet is signed Nestor and has the Eagle 3 mark dating it from mid fifties to sixties. It was made in Taxco, the center of jewelry making at that time. Bracelet measures about 7 1/4" long and just under 3/4" wide. It is in excellent condition with nice, old patina. It has a secure box clasp and weighs about 35 grams. It is a superb example of old Mexican silver and reminiscent of Spratling and Hector Aquilar designs.