An elegant Mexican sterling silver panel bracelet inspired by Pre-Columbian design. The open work panels alternate with decorative ball hinges. The bracelet has an integrated slide clasp, making the design appear seamless when worn, with a safety chain for extra security. The hinges are supple, they curve comfortably around the wrist. The back of this piece is signed "ATI" and marked "925" and "Mexico." This work of art will look make a dramatic statement worn with anything from jeans and a t-shirt to your favorite little black dress. Circa 1950-60.
This piece dates from a high point in silver jewelry design in Mexico. In the 1940s the Mexican city of Taxco drew jewelry artists from all over the world. The main attraction for designers and studio jewelers was the locally mined supply of materials. Silver and semi precious gems were abundant and affordable.
Details.....The bracelet measures 8" long and 1.04" wide. It weighs 3.26 ounces. In Excellent Vintage Condition. You should always expect some wear on vintage and antique pieces, we consider it part of the charm.