Beautiful and rare this "machine age" 970 sterling silver bracelet was designed & signed circa 1950's by Taxco, Mexico modernist designer Antonio Pineda (1919-2009). The bracelet measures 1 inch wide and will comfortably fit up to a 6 3/4" wrist. It weighs a hefty 117 grams, 4.1oz. Excellent condition with no issues. Slide clasp is tight and secure. In addition there is a safety chain. Fully hallmarked with the Antonio crown TAXCO, 970, eagle stamp and STERLING. This design is featured on p. 52 of WILLIAM SPRATLING AND THE MEXICAN SILVER RENAISSANCE by Penny Morrill. The book was the catalog for the traveling museum exhibit of the same name. Antonio designs are included in the permanent 20th Century Mexican silver collection at Los Angeles County Museum of Art.