Silver bracelet with a South American design,most likely Peru. There are six curved panels, alternating large and small, three with very dimensional and detailed llamas with sun faces above them and three with dimensional and raised peasant or farm women. There is an etched design behind each figure representing a mountain and grass. Panels are connected with rings and there is an ethnic style geometric border on each.
The panels with the llamas are about 1 1/4 inches wide and the panels with the peasant women are about 7/8 inches wide - hard to measure because they are curved. There is a slim panel of about 3/8 inch wide which houses the push in clasp.
Bracelet measures about 7 1/4 inches overall and is 1 1/2 inches wide. There is a safety chain and also an old numbered metal tag on string which I would guess is original to the bracelet. Marked 900, weight is 65.6 grams. The silver is lovely with an aged mellow glow.