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Hinged Black Onyx Link Bracelet
HK Item #XB41

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vintagae Mexican Sterling Silver and black onyx hinged link bracelet size 7

very good; latches smoothly and securely; stones firmly set with no cracks, chips or missing pieces; medium patina
dyed black onyx, Read about stones
sterling silver, Read about silver
7" total inside circumference and approximate wrist size.
1 1/4" wide

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vintagae Mexican Sterling Silver and black onyx hinged link bracelet size 7

vintagae Mexican Sterling Silver and black onyx hinged link bracelet size 7

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vintagae Mexican Sterling Silver and black onyx hinged link bracelet size 7

Box latch works smoothly and securely.

NOTE: Items in our Mexican Shop are either USED or NEW. They might come from inheritances, estate sales, private collections, and store liquidations. Many items are brand new (NOS, New Old Stock) and in perfect condition while others may show tarnish, scratches and other signs of use. Major issues will be described in detail and shown in photos. Mexican Shop items are sold as described and are not returnable.

Silver Marks

925 in an international designation for sterling silver indicating 92.5% silver content. Stamps of 925, Sterling, TAXCO indicate sterling silver. TAXCO, in Mexico, is one of the largest silver mining areas in the world.

Read more about silver.

About Mexican Silverwork

Although Mexican silversmiths (plateros) have been making items, including jewelry, out of silver for centuries, it was only after the Mexican Revolution in 1910-1920, that Mexican silverwork began to flourish. Because of government mandated hallmarks on silver pieces, most jewelry pieces that we see today can be dated to one of 3 periods:

        • 1900-1948
        • 1948-1980
        • 1980 and later.

Read about hallmarks on Mexican Silver Jewelry.

Southwest Native American Indians learned their craft from Mexican plateros. You can read more about that here: Where did Navajo silversmiths learn their craft?

Our Mexican Shop contains contemporary and new items, sometimes with materials, date and origin unknown. Most of the pieces have been previously owned but some are New Old Stock (NOS) that were never used. Many pieces have signs of wear and use such as darkened patina on silver and gold. Some may have damage. We will describe the condition of each item on its individual page.

Paula, Manager

Native American Jewelry Blog tips and iinformationFor new items visit our New Jewelry Store.

For vintage Native American items visit our vintage Shop.

For bargain items visit ouir Bargain Barn.



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