An elegant Damascene bracelet. The Damascene process originated in Toledo in Spain. It is the process of inlaying oxidized steel with gold or silver. This is a lovely example with a tapestry design of flowers and birds. There is a mark to the push in clasp which I am not familiar with. The word Damascene comes from damask silk because the finish was thought to be reminiscent of the beautiful damask silks. There are eight disks engraved each connected one to another. There is a strong safety chain attached which enables plenty of room for getting the bracelet over a wrist at 7cms across. Each disc measures 1.5cms across. There is cross hatched engraving to the back of each disc. It is in perfect condition, and gift boxed by Vintageonline.