Vintage sterling silver and rosewood cuff bracelet designed and signed circa 1943-45 by Taxco, Mexico / American designer William Spratling(1900-67). Front rectangular panel measures 1 5/8" high. End to end interior length is 5 1/2". Gap opening is 1 1/3". The bracelet will comfortably fit up to a 6 3/4" wrist. 95 grams, 3.04 oz. Bracelet comprised of alternating crescents of rosewood and sterling silver surrounding the center silver rectangle. Beautiful condition with no chips or cracks to the rosewood. Gorgeous patina that only comes with age. Fully hallmarked on the back as shown. Pictured in SILVER SEDUCTION: THE ART OF MEXICAN MODERNIST ANTONIO PINEDA. Spratling designs are the focal point of the permanent Collection of 20th Century Mexican Silver in the Latin American wing at LACMA - Los Angeles County Museum of Art.