From a local estate comes this very hard-to-find bracelet made in 1943 by famed Mexican silversmith Hector Aquilar for Coro. In World War II, Coro joined with Hector Aguilar's Taller Borda in Taxco Mexico to produce jewelry due to the shortage of cheaper metals in the US due to ammunition production. This is one of those rare survivors of that partnership.
The bracelet's design features half ball domes held together with silver bars that ring like faint jingle bells when you handle it, but not when it is being worn - unless it is loose and you wave to a friend...
It has a secure box clasp closure, when it is closed you can barely see the clasp.
On the back is stamped "Made in Mexico Coro Silver" inside a circle as pictured which is the mark used by Hector Aquilar for Coro.
7.50" length and 7/8" wide. It weighs 31.6 grams.
It has almost all of its original gold vermeil finish with only one spot of wear that is only visible when you tip in sideways in bright light. I see two tiny dings, and a few faint scratches from normal use. The back side is not gold plated, and there are several dark spots of staining. So for its age, it is is really great shape, but please look closely at all the pictures which were not altered in any way.
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