Hector Aguilar Taller Borda Mexican silver repousse Pin Brooch

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Vintage 1940s Hector Aguilar silver repousse floral brooch in what I believe to be a squash blossom design which might even have been created by Valentin Vidaurreta. There are several variations of the motif that can be found in various sizes and weights – during the short period in the 1940s when Coro had their jewelry made in Aguilar’s workshop due to the war restrictions, brooches like this albeit lighter were also made for the American market and stamped with Coro’s Mexican hallmark. The example at hand, however, bears Aguilar’s Taller Borda hallmark…   Size/Weight:3 1/8″ tall by 2 3/8″ wide; 23.1 grams Hallmarks / Date: fully signed with Aguilar’s Taller Borda initials as shown as well as “STERLING” and “MADE IN MEXICO”; please note that although original to the piece from what I can tell, the pin seems...

Hector Aguilar 940 Mexican silver Earrings ~ Taller Borda pre Colombian dangles

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Based on pre-Colombian motifs, a pair of Hector Aguilar Taller Borda dangle earrings wrought in the maestro’s favorite .940 alloy and simply gorgeous. The set has already been converted to posts by a previous owner so it’s easy to wear yet has all its patina and its hallmarks intact…   Size/Weight: 1  1/2″ long by 7/8″ wide; 15.7 grams (for the set) Hallmarks / Date: fully signed as shown with the combination of hallmarks Aguilar used in the 1948-62 period Condition: excellent vintage with great patina, a rather playful design and no flaws noted   SOLD – Thank you! Contact us about this...