An unusual designed vintage Taxco Mexican sterling silver bracelet that looks like a 'flexible' link cuff but it is not flexible and is totally solid. The back is one solid piece of silver. The top shows 22 bar/ rectangles that are all connected on the back and to each other and shows on the front having open slits between each. The entire center portion is open this gives the same depth effect as Niello (blackened) work does. The ends of the rectangles are bevelled at each corner for that extra detail. This cuff bracelet has a very nice heft of 60+ grams. Signed and marked. C. 1980.
Marks: MEXICO. TM-72. 925.
Measures: 5.25” with an 1.14” opening. 22.4mm | .88” wide and 5.8mm thick.
Weight 60.3 grams.
Date: Circa 1980 or earlier
Condition: Excellent vintage condition with only the slightest surface scuffs if any (can be buffed out if desired)
Layaway always welcomed.
Please visit our gallery 31 Mamaroneck Avenue, White Plains, New York (40 minutes from NYC)
THANK YOU for visiting us