Ana Maria Nunez de Brilanti opened her shop Victoria Plateria in 1940 in Taxco. Each link of the bracelet is a triangle with open work that reminds me of a Celtic design. 6 1/2" long by 15/16" wide and rises 3/8" above the wrist. Closes with a tongue and groove. The screw back earrings are 1 3/8" from top to bottom. The top of the earrings are rounded in the front and flat in the back. One earring are marked Victoria, Mexico, Taxco, with an early eagle with 12 within. The other earring is marked 75 (inventory number) sterling. Together they complete markings for 1948-1958. The bracelet is marked sterling, Taxco and match the earrings. Together the set weighs 2.5 ounces. The faces of the triangles have no dents, but the tops and bottoms have a few tiny dents. This set is shown in Morrill and Berk, Mexican Silver (2001), page 123.