This extremely rare Antonio Pineda bracelet is absolutely gorgeous. The piece is a published design and documented in SILVER MASTERS by Penney Morrill. It is an early piece as it is without lettering denoting bracelet. It is properly hallmarked as shown and studded with 8 gorgeous, glowing, cabachon, moon stones. The weight is 85 grams and the width is barely shy of one inch. The length is a comfortable 7 inches. The William Spratling influence is definitely shown in Antonio Pineda's use of the caviar ball that is used on top and bottom of the moon stones. The smaller links in between the moon stones adorns 3 beads giving it an even more richly "jeweled" effect. When looking straight into the moon stone in my pictures, the area around the moonstones is open space and you can see black which is the fuzzy bracelet holder and not a part of the bracelet. Please inquire with questions or requests for more pictures. This piece is FABULOUS. Museum and Collector quality.