I bought my significant other an Etruscan revival silver bracelet
for her birthday.
It's not Etruscan revival. it's standard filigree. Etruscans used
INFINITELY smaller balls and wires and joined them to the base by
granulation. They worked in electrum, which is a naturally occurring
alloy of gold and silver (~40%/60%), with trace amounts of copper
and other metals.
The picture you have is basic filigree in low-grade silver (800),
probably from central Asia (Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan,
Afghanistan, etc.) The wires and balls are joined to the base with
powdered solder. Work like this is still being done today in many
countries. It will be interesting if some Orchidian has some info
regarding the jeweler's stamp...:-)....!
Janet in Jerusalem