Hector Aguilar, Taxco, Mexico, Carving Fork, Taller Borda, 12.5" long
US Dollar Priced Item. Hector Aguilar was one of the most prolific silver masters of Taxco. He started with William Spratling in 1939 and quickly branched off on his own, eventually designing and producing jewelry for the American company "Coro" and opening the most successful store in Taxco, Taller Borda. This is a piece from of an entire dinner service designed by Hector, called the Aztec Pattern, which included all flatware and service pieces in this pattern .. It is made of 940/1000 silver, with a Rosewood handle .. 12.5" long. The very tips of the tines show some oxidation from being poorly stored. Silver and wood in perfect condition.
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