A stunning sterling silver applique bracelet by Reveriano.*
The gently domed applique bracelet is meticulously made with a clean geometric design.
Each link is hinged to the next making the bracelet very flexible and able to conform to the wrist.
Fabulous design, workmanship and condition, the bracelet is clearly signed sterling and with the hallmark of Reveri for Reveriano*, Sterling, Taxco, Mexico. The number 50 is incised as well as the eagle stamp.
It measures 5/8" wide by 6.75", total weight is a solid 39 grams.
It closes with a secure hidden box clasp, there is also a 4" safety chain.
Excellent condition, no damage and minimal wear.
Strikingly distinctive and beautiful, a fine quality Mexican designer sterling bracelet.
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I offer layaway on all items purchased for full retail price. In general my layaway terms are 1/3 down and 1/3 in 30 days and the last 1/3 in 60 days. I am flexible so if you are interested please ask me and we can work out a payment plan that suits you. Items ship when payment is complete and cleared. Items purchased on layaway are not eligible for return.
*Reveriano and his wife Maria Castillo used the hallmark Reveri. Reveriano apprenticed with Spratling and then was a silversmith for Hector Aguilar. He and Mario opened their own shop Reveri in the 1940s. Reveriano was among the first silversmith apprentices at William Spratling’s (“The Father of Mexican Silver”) workshop, Las Delicias. He worked there from 1934 -1939 and executed many Spratling designs. In 1939, he joined Taller Borda that Hector Aguilar founded that year. Reveriano and his wife Maria moved on and worked for Los Castillo for ten years where Reveriano taught others, including Maria de Taxco, the art of developing enamel on silver. In 1952, he and Maria established their own workshop called, Reveri. Maria was the designer and Reveriano the silversmith. *Reveriano and his wife Maria Castillo used the hallmark Reveri. Reveriano apprenticed with Spratling and then was a silversmith for Hector Aguilar. He and Mario opened their own shop Reveri in the 1940s