Here is an extra large and heavy, impressive Sterling cuff bracelet with 6 bezel set marquis Cubic Zirconia dating to the late 70's-early 80's’. It is oval in shape, has a 2 ¼” inside diameter, and measures 3” from edge to edge lying flat. It measures 1 ¼” wide on top, tapers to ½” wide on the bottom, and is 3/4” thick or high. It is marked Taxco 925 and has an unidentified pictorial, incised logo resembling a bird, and has the Mexican registration mark TT-12. These "T" registration marks were implemented in the late 70's when the eagle assay mark was dropped. . The "TT" stands for Taxco with the artists last name beginning with a T and he or she would be the 12th person with a T name to register which would indicate that this is a late 70's bracelet. This massive, open back clamper has a 1 1/8” opening at the bottom, that cannot be made wider since it is heavy and weighs a very hefty 115 grams. The bracelet is in excellent vintage condition with no chips or cracks to any of the CZ's. It also has some very light surface scratches, seen under magnification, consistent with age and use, and being mentioned to be accurate. This strikingly gorgeous Sterling cuff bracelet is a major statement in bling and would make a great addition to anyone’s silver jewelry collection or wardrobe.
Large Statement Sterling Cuff Bracelet with CZ's Taxco Mexico c1980’s