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  • Vintage Hector Aguilar Stone Mexican Silver Necklace
    This Fred Davis design is impressive with 10 large perfect obsidian stones measuring 1 inch tall and all with a blazing sheen. It is hallmarked as shown and I believe it is A.F. along with D.F. for Mexico City. The weight is a very strong 85 grams heavy. The length is a comfortable 16in. wearable. The silver sheet between the stones form a "cupped" shape which adds dimension and shine to the entire piece. One picture features an Antonio Pineda bracelet that is also listed on my site. Well made and certainly a treasure in superb condition. Just gorgeous, LOOK AT THAT NECKLACE!
  • Vintage Hector Aguilar Stone Mexican Silver Necklace

    A wonderful Pre-48 signed Sterling Mexico.15 1/4 in. long and the drop is 2 1/4 in.from the widest point tall and just under 3in. across. 1 1/2 in. long from the center cabachon to the bottom of the dangle. It weighs approx. 2.5oz. This is a heavy base of sterling not light. I understand that some in this design are solid but this is a handmade piece with a barely raised repousse relief. The maestro has combined the technique of the raised relief with the silver pushed down next to the raised area to create a REAL BEAUTY! It has an interestingly raw character to the piece and the glass or quartz (???) has a brownish pink cast. I have seen only a couple others similar and they were always done in amethyst so this is UNIQUE! WOW! LOOK AT THAT NECKLACE!

  • Vintage Hector Aguilar Stone Mexican Silver Necklace
    A signed Hector Aguilar X and O bracelet with a large presence of 1.5 inches and going to 2 inches on the ends. The added beading is an unexpected touch with the hand chased lines throughout. The silver is thick with a weight of 100 grams. The diameter is 2.5in. and the gap is one inch. This cuff is featured on page 151 of the catalogue from the William Spratling and the Mexican Silver Renaissance and also on page 19 of the book SILVER MASTERS OF MEXICO by Penny Morrill. A professional jeweler can adjust the size or just tell me your wrist size and I can ready it for you. No flaws and has been kept as a treasure. This cuff goes with anything, anywhere and will become your go to accessory.