A plain, yet elegant example of Mexican craftsmanship. This lovely panel bracelet consists of twelve convex, sculptured oval panels with a box (tab insert) clasp. Each individual panel measures 1 1/4" in length and 1/2" in width to give the bracelet a comfortable 7 1/2" length. The clasp is stamped "925 - Mexico - TC-129". The condition is near mint with nice original patina.
Circa 1979 a new letter/number mark to indicate the silversmith and sterling standard was introduced in Mexico. The first letter indicates the city/area location "T" for Taxco. The second letter is the first initial of the last name of the silversmith (C). The last number(s) indicates that he is the 129th silversmith with a last name beginning with that letter to register at the city assay office,
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