William Spratling Vintage Mexican Silver Cuff
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Directory: Archives: Pre 1950: item # 1166343
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|This William Spratling cuff is from his first phase and is hand chased with pre-Columbian motifs. The bracelet is a published design many times over as it is such an excellent example of the Spratling Era of Mexican Silver. The piece is decorated with repousse motifs all across the top and bottom of the solid 980 silver cuff. The piece is heavy weighing 102 grams and being 1.25in. tall. The gap is 1 1/8th inches in the back and it is a comfortable fit for an average wrist. The diameter across is 2.5 inches. This can be warmed to adjust the fit by an accomplished silversmith. The work marks are on the underside of the cuff and they tell it's handmade history. This is a piece for collectors or anyone just looking for THE KILLER bracelet. When you put it on you realize it is far better than my pictures depict.|