This 8” long, Mexican made, middle to later 20th century silver link bracelet (WJF431) is stamped ‘Casa Prieto’, ‘925’, and ‘Mexico’ on its simple tongue clasp. The bracelet is composed of five 1 ¼” by 1 3/16” doubly concave rectangles between each of which are three 7/16” hollow balls in which the hinges are ingeniously hidden. The inside circumference of the bracelet, when closed, is about 6 ½” around. A Mexican artisan from Taxco probably made this piece. Even though some of the balls are dinged from use, the bracelet still shows well and has a bold, chunky look.