If we knew someone named 'Jonathan', he'd be the luckiest guy on the planet to get this bracelet. But we don't have a friend or relative named Jonathan and it's too late to get our names changed so we're looking for a JONATHAN.
Aside from the fact that this bracelet has his name engraved on it, this just happens to be a FANTASTIC vintage Mexican sterling silver I.D. bracelet. It was made in Taxco by a very skilled silversmith whose RJH hallmark is listed in the 'Little Book of Mexican Silver Trade and Hallmarks' by Bille Hougart.
The bracelet measures 8 inches long by 1/2 inch wide, ending in a secure slide-in box clasp. It weighs 69 grams. The central name bar is curved to fit the wrist...it measures 1/8 inch thick. The thick linked band is made with a Modernist / Mexican Aztec design...simple and streamlined.
The circle hallmark says TAXCO MEXICO 925 with the RJH initials in the center. This bracelet is in excellent vintage condition. So wherefore art thou Jonathan?
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