stunning Hector Aguilar Mexican 990 silver “v” Necklace with black onyx Pendant ~ early Taxco treasure

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The epitome of a “book piece”, Aguilar’s “v” necklace has a presence that cannot be assessed by merely looking at photos. I was never prepared for the substantial yet absolutely comfortable chain nor did I anticipate the warm weight of the elaborate black onyx pendant. A stunning, museum quality set with immaculate craftsmanship and patina to die for, here it is wrought in sterling and almost pure, 990 silver with both components bearing early hallmarks. The pendant is detachable so you can mix and match, if you have other Aguilar pendants in your collection. Sublime… Learn more Size/Weight: 16  1/2″ long (wearable) by 3/4″ wide for the chain; pendant is 2  1/4″ square and adds a 2  3/8″ drop to the necklace; 132.1 grams (for the set) Hallmarks / Date: both pieces are fully and appropriately marked as shown; 1940s...

Hector Aguilar Mexican 940 silver Necklace classic Taxco Six Spheres design

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Vintage Hector Aguilar “Six Spheres” necklace wrought in 940 silver, this is one of the maestro’s most published designs. One of those necklaces that become the backbone of a serious collection and precious heirlooms to be passed down from mother to daughter to grand-daughter. Superb…   Size/Weight: 20″ long (wearable; and you need the extra length for this design to sit better around the neckline) by 1  3/4″ wide; 246.3 grams Hallmarks / Date: maker’s initials as shown as well as “TAXCO” and “940”, a combination dating the necklace to the 1940-45 period Condition: excellent vintage with stunning presence and great patina and a couple of very small, literally indiscernible nicks in one or two spheres     SOLD – Thank you! Contact us about this...