About 4 years after opening his shop, it was wartime and there was a metal shortage in the U. Hector secured a lucrative contract to produce silver jewelry for the large American costume company Coro until 1950. In 1948 Hector was able to open a shop called Taller Borda which quickly became full line of first quality sterling jewelry, holloware, flatware and novelties produced by Hector Aguilars company, This continued until the company closed it's doors in 1966, and Hector enjoyed his retirement until his death in 1986.Hector always marked his jewelry with a co-joined "HA" and an eagle motif, with either a 3, 9 or 31 on the eagles chest. As you can see from the pictures, the co-joined "HA" are on the clasp along with the eagle motif and the number 3 is on the eagles chest making this an original Hector Aguilar bracelet. Owning a Hector Aguilar bracelet would be a wonderful honor. The bracelet is not a heavy as one might think and with the safety chain, it is sure to stay in place with both the chain and the clasp secure.
We are Northern New England's premier source of fine antiques, estate and contemporary jewelry. Our staff is passionate about estate jewelry and antiques and can answer any questions you have. Thank you for visiting our store! The item "Vintage Hector Aguilar Sterling Silver Bracelet from 1941-1962" is in sale since Saturday, February 04, 2017. This item is in the category "Jewelry & Watches\Vintage & Antique Jewelry\Vintage Ethnic/Regional/Tribal\Mexican, Latin American".
The seller is "renaissancefineantiquesofnewengland" and is located in Brattleboro, Vermont. This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, all countries in Europe.