A German 1940 800 silver charm on its bracelet of a good luck symbol of a boar or pig bursting through a four leaf clover. The charm dates to about the 1920's to 1940's. The charm is beautifully detailed and the boar has little red garnet eyes. You can see his tusk growing upward, the bristle like hair on its back and the cracks in the clover where he is bursting through. The charm is marked 800 on the reverse. The bracelet is a German style with a heavy link. There is a single hang bail for one charm. It has a locking clasp with safety chain. It is marked with a makers poincon mark on the clasp. The clasp is slightly out of perfect shape but not visibly, so that when you want to open the clasp and push on the button, you have to push a little bit hard and pull a little bit hard but not overly so. I can do it with ease and I am not good at opening clasps. I would think a jeweler may be able to easily adjust it slightly to open more easily. The charm measures 3/4" in diameter and the bracelet is about 8" long. It is not possible to open it lengthwise and lay it out to measure because of the safety chain. It is 3/8" at the widest point of the links in width. The total weight is 13.6 grams. This breaks down to about 11.8 grams for the bracelet and 1.8 grams for the charm.