At first glance, this pretty bracelet looks very similar to some of the 19th c buckle bracelets we have listed. However, upon closer inspection, you can see that much of the detail - including the pattern which mimics engraving - has been cast into this bracelet. Even the buckle & strap pieces, which are normally applied on the 19th c bracelets, are integral to this bracelet.
Otherwise, the bracelet is very similar in construction. However, it has a much tighter hinge.
Although it is unmarked silver, these clues tell us that this bracelet is a later rendition of a classic jewelry motif: the buckle, which symbolizes a lasting relationship. It was probably manufactured between 1940-1980.
The bracelet is 7/8” wide and is ovoid in shape. The opening measures 2 1/2” x 2”.