A rare design – to my experience – and one of the most beautiful Mexican repousse clamper bracelets I have seen, this stunner is signed by a listed yet still anonymous Taxco maestro. Though comprised of familiar motifs (stylized callas and scrolls), the bracelet is unusual in the way it combines all these elements in a marriage that delights the eye and excites the imagination. The bold repoussage is further enhanced by oxidation while the raised surfaces glow with the warm patina of well-loved, well-aged silver…
Size/Weight: inner circumference 6 3/4″; width between 2 1/8″ in the front and 1″ next to the hinge; 59.0 grams
Hallmarks / Date: maker’s initials “MEC” as well as “STERLING TAXCO MEX 925” alongside Eagle 3 assay mark; 1950s-60s
Condition: excellent vintage with no damage or repairs noted and a tight, snappy hinge
SOLD – Thank you!