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Sterling Silver Charm Bracelet 7 Large Charms Mexico Taxco Pre-1979 Hallmark WJ

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Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Materials: Sterling Silver, Charm Bracelet, Taxco, Mexico
  • Feedback: 48 reviews
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The first thing to mention about this bracelet is the musical chime the charms make as you move. It is different from the “jingle” of smaller charms; The larger, hollow pitchers and bell add rich, round notes to the song. It's really lovely.

Meanwhile, the bracelet chain itself is of best quality. It is 8 inches long, made of double link fused in sets of two for added strength. There are seven fused links designed to hold charms and there is a charm on every single one of them. The charms included are: A sombrero, a water pitcher, an Aztec calendar disc, a wine pitcher, a sandal, a bell, and a wide shallow bowl used to grind grain into flour.

The hallmark on the clasp is a circle formed by the words Sterling and Mexico, with the capital letters WJ inside the circle. It is certainly pre-1979, but beyond that I had some trouble making an identification. There is a Navajo silversmith, Wilson Jim, who used a hallmark much like this one earlier in his career, and many of the forms in his later pieces echo the simpler stamped forms on these charms, but I was unable to find documentation that confirms the link.

As mentioned above, this bracelet and all of it's charms are sterling silver, and it is a substantial piece. The overall weight for the bracelet, with charms, is 51 grams.

**Our fine jewelry is always boxed for shipping.**

Please take your time with the photos and consider them part of the description. This is the actual item you will receive, as-is, exactly as you see here. Please let me know if you have any questions and feel free to check out the many treasures available in my shop!
The first thing to mention about this bracelet is the musical chime the charms make as you move. It is different from the “jingle” of smaller charms; The larger, hollow pitchers and bell add rich, round notes to the song. It's really lovely.

Meanwhile, the bracelet chain itself is of best quality. It is 8 inches long, made of double link fused in sets of two for added strength. There are seven fused links designed to hold charms and there is a charm on every single one of them. The charms included are: A sombrero, a water pitcher, an Aztec calendar disc, a wine pitcher, a sandal, a bell, and a wide shallow bowl used to grind grain into flour.

The hallmark on the clasp is a circle formed by the words Sterling and Mexico, with the capital letters WJ inside the circle. It is certainly pre-1979, but beyond that I had some trouble making an identification. There is a Navajo silversmith, Wilson Jim, who used a hallmark much like this one earlier in his career, and many of the forms in his later pieces echo the simpler stamped forms on these charms, but I was unable to find documentation that confirms the link.

As mentioned above, this bracelet and all of it's charms are sterling silver, and it is a substantial piece. The overall weight for the bracelet, with charms, is 51 grams.

**Our fine jewelry is always boxed for shipping.**

Please take your time with the photos and consider them part of the description. This is the actual item you will receive, as-is, exactly as you see here. Please let me know if you have any questions and feel free to check out the many treasures available in my shop!

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