dramatic Doris Mexican silver repousse Cuff Bracelet ~ exquisite craftsmanship

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A true show-stopper and a rather rare piece bearing the signature of Doris, this cuff bracelet has the quality of those pieces that become heirlooms, bequeathed from mother to daughter for generations. An American from Dallas trained in woodworking, textile making and silversmithing, Doris opened her workshop in Mexico in the mid-1940s and commissioned designs by the most accomplished silversmiths. The cuff at hand is a celebration of its maker’s prowess in the art of repoussage and classic in its floral design for Doris…   Size/Weight: 6 1/4″ (including the 15/16″ gap; not adjustable unless you have a jeweler do it for you); width between 2 3/8″ at center front and 3/8″ at its narrowest, in the back; 63.8 grams Hallmarks / Date: Doris’s name as well as “SILVER MEXICO”; mid-1940s Condition: excellent vintage with superb...

vintage Deco Mexican silver and turquoise Bracelet ~ wreath and bow design

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Classic Deco Mexico City work, this bracelet is a stunner and perfect to set the festive mood for the holidays yet not necessarily limited to this part of the year. One of the most visually impressive early pieces of this type (and quite hard to find), its links are big floral wreaths surrounding stylized bows and the bracelet is studded with turquoise cabochons. I haven’t touched the patina but you could always give it a buff, if you like. Either way, the compliments will not stop coming… Learn more Size/Weight: 7  1/4″ inner circumference (clasped; probably wears closer to a classic 7″); 2″ wide; 65.6 grams Hallmarks / Date: “SILVER MADE IN MEXICO”; 1920s-30s Condition: excellent vintage with gorgeous little stones and a sturdy fold-over clasp SOLD – Thank you! Contact us about this...