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I think the best way to start this description is to look at all the pictures of this incredible 1st phase William Spratling masterpiece. This is thick silver weighing 330 grams. The width of the chain is 15/16th's of an inch and for all practical purposes I would say it is one inch wide. The color of the almost pure silver and its magnificent size tells one right away that this is LUX. The chain is engineered on a bit of an angle making it lay beautifully. It actually falls and cups right where age begins to show on a woman's neck and totally hides it. This is not your ordinary link in that it has an exaggerated center depth to the chain and it gives the piece even more dimension. It will twirl if you hold it by one end because of the angle that it is made on and if you run your hand down the piece each link falls into place smoothly and perfectly showing the great skill of the Maestro who created this very special piece. It is truly comfortable to wear with the weight evenly distributed around the neck. Hallmarked as shown and the length is 16 inches long. It leaves me speechless, just LOOK AT THAT NECKLACE!
The Los Castillo fern is an outstanding bracelet design with great dimension and a rolling flow to the leaf that others tried to copy but could not succeed. The piece is heavy at 98 grams. The height is 3in. on an angle and tapers to one inch in the back. The inside diameter is 2.25in. The clamper is properly hallmarked and in perfect condition. One picture shows the clamper with a large Los Castillo fern necklace already listed on my site. Truly a classic and collector quality.
This Fred Davis design is hallmarked with the Davis eagle 22 which was assigned only to him. It is lacking the FD signature. The piece is very well executed weighing 71 grams heavy and being 16.5in. long and just shy of 1 inch wide. It has a sophisticated presence with no dents or chips to the amethyst cabachons. The Fred Davis swirl bracelet shown is already listed on my site and is a wondrous compliment to the necklace. This is a keeper for any collectors jewel box, just LOOK AT THAT NECKLACE!