A wonderful 6 flower and turquoise link bracelet circa 1940’s Taxco Mexico. The intricate links are comprised of two large balls/ beads with a small bezel set turquoise round in the center on top. On either side are 4 prong like bits with 4 small ball/ beads each of the 4 attach to the larger balls and at the bottom of each of the 4 prong piece is a ball/ bead that connects to a sivelr stip on the bottom of each link, that then connects to an O’ring which holds the links together to from this bracelet. I think of these links as flowers but they could be whatever one see’s. The simple catch is effective and blends in well with the design. Marked on the catch,
Marks: SILVER MEXICO.
Measurements: 7” wearables, links (all differ slightly) 25.01mm / .98” long | 19.96mm / .78” wide and 11.82mm / .46” high.
Weight: 21.83 Grams.
Condition: Near excellent vintage condition, a few tiny dings in the silver balls/ beads- the larger ones only on the side not the tops, of the tiny balls only approx 4 show any issues, possibly one if the turquoise stones may have been replaced at one time many years ago, otherwise just the usual light surface wear consistent with the age of the piece.