Maestro Gerardo Lopez's designs and his bold, opulent repoussage has been steadily gaining in appreciation both among collectors and discerning dressers. His jewelry is spectacular, with eye-catching proportions and immaculate finishing and the fact that he loved working in fne, .980 silver alloys makes it even more desirable. The bracelet at hand, wide and intricately crafted, illustrates in the best way my assertions above. Deep recesses, beading, hand-etching - a wearable work of art. It measures 7" long (wearable; once clasped is goes up to 7 3/8") by 1 9/16" wide and weighs 51.8 grams. It is fully signed as shown with the maestro's name as well as "980 TAXCO" and bears Eagle 25 assay mark. It dates in the 1950s-60s and is in excellent vintage condition - a true show stopper. The matching earrings are also available - please ask!