This bracelet is a great mix of Jensen's love of nature. We have one of his classic organic floral links alternating with Jensen's well know Dove used in a multitude of different jewelry items. Our floral link is comprised of four curved leaves surrounding a horizontal line of three collar mounted silver cabochons/balls of two different sizes. Our Dove is glancing over his shoulder while perched amid a branch of leaves. The closure box is a Dove link continuing the alternating pattern of links.
The sterling is in excellent condition with no rips, dents, holes, cracks, nasty scratches or repairs. All of the sterling cabochons/balls are with out cracks, dents, holes, nasty scratches and are firm in their collars. With the right angle, light or a loupe you can find some faint surface scuffing to their center tops as expected from usage. The oval connector rings between links all are the originals. The sterling links have a very faint curve to their backside assisting in the bracelet having a comfortable fit on your wrist. The flange fit's in it's box with a good click and stays extremely firm in it's closure. You must push with a firm and straight down movement to slide out of the box. The bracelet has it's original figure 8 security clasp which is also firm.
The marks are on the backside of the closure box as seen in the photo. They are the post WWII impressed mark, Sterling, Denmark, and what appears to be #42 for the design/model number. This is an incorrect design number as 42 is a Swan bracelet. The Dove bracelet was done in several different versions. I have found evidence of three different design numbers of 14 (this style), 24 (with a different clasp) and 32 (a wider version of the design) on Dove bracelets. Our bracelet measures 7 1/2" long minus the closure flange and is 13/16" at it's widest point