This is quite a beautiful Bracelet, an example of the fine Filigree silver work that the Moroccan/Algerian Craftsman were doing while under the French auspices during the 1920's, with a conflict between Morocco and Algeria and France as who owned who and who was in Charge?? Considered "French Colonial"....
The Large raised central "Crescent Moon" Design is the symbol on the Algerian flag, the flag used by Emir Abdel Kadir when French invaded the regency of Algiers, an autonomous vassal of the Ottoman Empire. Abdel Kadir's grandson Khaled and the Algerian nationalist leader Ahmed Messali Hadj used the flag in the 1920s as a rallying point for those opposed to French rule.
All in silver with a petite hallmark of a "Crab" that is the French import guarantee of silver quality..usually .925. There is another small diamond shape hallmark for the maker. The inside diameter of the Bracelet is 2.25" wide and the inside front to back measurement is 2"
The Closure is the typical "Pin" type which is very tight, and a guard chain attached...the condition of the Bracelet is Excellent...we have polished it lightly to enhance the rich filigree work.
An interesting Bracelet for your collection...please see the other Moroccan/Algerian Bracelet and the Brooch I have listed.