This pair of heavy silver bracelets are Turkoman, made in the in Kazakh style. These styles were blended because the Kazakhs lived with the Turkoman and others in Afghanistan. Linda pointed out that similar ones were made for several more decades and simply described as being from Kazakhstan. We remember seeing several in the 1980s.
On this pair the gilding is very thick, there are small rosettes with granulation as bosses, and silver windows with red glass behind them. One image shows the front, the other the back. Weight: about 230+ gram each; width somewhat over 7 cm.