This very beautiful and modernistic 940 silver necklace and bracelet is a design of Hector Aguilar. It was made in Taxco Mexico, circa 1940-50. The necklace and bracelet are illustrated on page 109 in William Spratling the Mexican Silver Renaissance by Penny Morrill. Aguilar was a contemporary of Spratling, Antonio Pineda, Los Castillo, Frederick Davis and Margot de Taxco. Measurements: Necklace: 16 ¾ inches long, 1 inch wide; bracelet 7 ¼ inches long, 1 inch wide. The pieces are in excellent vintage condition with normal wear from use, no abuse. Hallmarks read: “HA 940” on the necklace and “.940 HA TAXCO MEXICO” on the bracelet. This is a very rare set and wears like velvet. Please email or call with your questions, thanks for your interest.