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The hallmark looks like 足銀
(Chinese silver standard, usually 90% or above, much discussed in other threads here).
The significance of star marks on Asian silver has come up in another thread, but is still unknown, see:viewtopic.php?f=13&t=30368
It would be interesting to know the weight of the bracelet to see if it also reflects a weight in taels, or if these stars represented a trade value, or perhaps a retailer's mark.
The motif is dragon and phoenix and from the photos appears stamped rather than handcarved. A maker's mark would seem to be called for if the piece were handcarved. The two characters on the front are 吉祥
(jixiang), "lucky," "auspicious," "good fortune."
To hazard a guess, the origin may be Straits rather than China, or perhaps made in China for the SE Asian market, dating to the early 20th century, perhaps 1910-30.