A mystery maker yet a maestro of the highest caliber the maker of the Deco bracelet I am presenting here loves to work in fine, .940 purity silver and his jewelry is extraordinary. I have had pectorals by him mostly and this bracelet came as a surprise - a very happy one, I should add. Just take a look at the sculptural quality of the floral appliqués as they emerge from the stylized vases next to the hinge; the deep oxidation that renders them even more pronounced and the hand-chased details in the petals and leaves. The bracelet has an inner circumference of 7" with its width in the front reaching 3 3/4" and tapering down to 1 1/8" at its narrowest. It weighs 62.4 grams, is signed with initials" JS" as well as "MEXICO TAXCO" and "940" and dates in the 1930s-40s. In very good vintage condition with great patina and oxidation, bold, confident repoussage, a nicely tight hinge and no damage or repairs other than two tiny tiny impressions where the wings meet.