William Spratling Bracelet

Description: Early silver linked bracelet of strong stylized cross design.

This bracelet is one of the best known of Spratling's designs.

From its introduction in the mid 1930s, it was extraordinarily popular with the buying public.

Inspiration for the design came from the Nuttall Codex which depicts Mixtec history.

Bold, heavy links are connected with silver pins like the one designed to fasten the bracelet on the wrist.

The design was not made in Spratling's taller after early 1946.

This genuine Spratling bracelet has acquired a wonderful soft, almost matte patina that reflects the shadows

created by the depth of the flat chasing on each link.

Dimensions: 3/4" x 7 1/4"

Condition: Excellent { has a slight bend in the fastening pin}

Hallmarks : WS Print Circle TAXCO MEXICO 980 { Please see photos }

Weight : Approx. 105.9 grams

* A wonderful William Spratling Treasure *

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