On the heels of last night’s presentation a second Mexican Deco silver and turquoise multi-row beaded hinged bracelet. This one is wider than the previous, its semi-spheres a little smaller in diameter and it has three rows of turquoise cabs adorning the front “wing”. The color of the stones is a soft, soothing sage green, quite uniform and amazing against the patina the bracelet has developed over its long, undoubtedly interesting, life. A must-have for your collection of early 20th c. Mexican jewelry – wear it alone or be fearless and include it in a stack with similar pieces …
Size/Weight: just shy of 7″ inner circumference (clasped) by 1″ wide; 39.0 grams
Hallmarks / Date: maker’s initials “BGM” (listed, unidentified but a known creator of multi-row beaded bracelets like this) as well as “0.925 HECHO EN MEXICO D.F”; 1920s-40s
Condition: excellent vintage with all its stones present, accounted for and with no issues, with fantastic patina, no damage or repairs noted and the added security of a safety chain
SOLD – Thank you!