This twisted enamel bangle of sterling silver resembles the work of Canadian metalsmiths such as Guy Vidal and John Larin, who produced highly textured designs during the late 1960s and 1970s. This bangle features a ribbed surface on both sides, with alternating pockets of burnt orange and dark maroon enamels, with one pocket left undecorated — possibly for stamping what looks like a sterling mark on the reverse. (The metal tests definitively for sterling.) There is a tiny flaw in the metal of one pocket; the enamel is in lovely condition around the entire bangle. The bangle’s interior circumference measures about 7 ¼ inches; the inner diameter is about 2 ¼ inches.