Here's a great example of early Mexican silver work. This big wide bracelet has five panel links. Each is cut out with a design that's both intricate and Modernist. It reflects its Aztec / Mayan aesthetics.
Each panel is topped with a large silver bead. Each of the beads has a bump to varying degrees, a couple not visible without a magnifier. It would be a rarity to see a silver beaded bracelet that did NOT have a bump or two. We think it's almost a badge of character and age and this bracelet has both.
The mark on the back says MEXICO SILVER 925. This is a hallmark from the first half of the 20th Century, before Mexico started changing their marking system.
Bracelet measures 7 1/2 inches long by 1 3/8 inches wide. This is a good size for a 7 inch wrist. The clasp is a secure wide slide-in box that closes with a 'snap'. Bracelet weighs 53.8 grams.
Nicely aged silver patina. Bumps and all, this fine old bracelet is in excellent vintage condition.
Free U.S. shipping on all our items.
Click on FAVORITE SHOP and be the first to see our newest listings.
FREE Domestic Shipping
Early Mexican Sterling Silver Wide Panel Link Bracelet - Cut-Outs
|Est. Tax:||We are unable to obtain a tax quote at this time.|