Back in the 1950s/60s, a traveler had such a memorable trip to Columbia / South America, this bracelet became a key souvenir of provenance.
Made of 900 coin silver, the bracelet is handwrought and each link is a detailed etched crest from a place in Columbia. On the back of each link, someone hand-etched the name of the place represented by the crest...Tunja (Columbian Andes), Popayan - Medellin, Barranquilla, Hoiyda, Santa Fe de Antioquia. One link has no identification. (We spelled these as shown on the backs.)
The bracelet measures 8 inches long by 1 inch wide. It weighs 46.6 grams. The clasp is a secure slide-in box. Note that the silversmith who made it matched up the two ends so that they complete the crest when together...THAT'S an artist at work.
The old patina is unpolished but beautiful as is. We leave any polishing to the buyer. This can be worn by a man or a woman.
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