A vintage sterling silver cuff bracelet with a Modernist flavor, likely of Mexican or Southwest origin, circa 1960. The cuff is unsigned and has been tested as sterling silver. The design consist of five large balls, each soldered to the top of half-round wire. It measures 25.4 mm (1-inch) wide across the top section and 21.3 mm (13/16-inch) across the base where the wires connect. Actual interior length is 5 1/4-inches plus a 1-inch opening (should fit those that have an actual wrist measurement of 6 to 6 1/4-inches. Weighs is 14.7 dwts (23.0 gr.). Condition is very good: the silver has some superficial wear consistent with age and use.

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