Geometry at its most stunning is what we get in this early Mexican Deco silver bracelet that combines sterling and carved thick black onyx panels. It clasps in the front giving center-stage to the three continuous onyx links and forms a dramatic "v" that catches the eye and screams Art Deco with significant Machine Age undertones. One of the most stunning anonynous early beauties from Mexico I have ever encountered, the bracelet measures approx. 6 3/4" long (it is supposed to be worn snug around the lower arm) and it is 2 5/8" at its widest. It weighs 82.3 grams and is simply signed "MEXICO SILVER" in an applied silver disk. The bracelet dates in the 1930s-40s and is in excellent vintage condition with no damage in the stones nor the silver work, with great patina and a stupefyingly gorgeous design.