This vintage sterling silver bracelet was originally designed by *Fred Davis THIS IS NOT ONE OF HIS PIECES. It has 11 panels the base of each panel has 8 balls with two balls on top and on either side of the green stone. The panels are connected with wire attached in the back and rectangle shaped links attached to the wire. The tongue and box clasp works well. Marked on the back. Circa 1940’s.
Marks: MEXICO. STERLING.
Measurements: 7” wearable.
Weight: 78.27 Grams.
Condition: Excellent vintage condition, only the usual surface wear.
*NOTE: This design was originally conceived by Fred Davis. Please see the book Mexican Silver Modern Hand-Wrought Jewelry and Metal Work by Penny Chittim Morrill and Carole A. Berk, 4th Edition (Schiffer Books for Collectors) page 25, Pl II-5.
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