Silver hallmark dating

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View View #N37967 NORWAY Norge sterling necklace with caramel and butter yellow enameled flowers on each link, wearable length 16" and 1/2" wide, hallmarked "925S, Norge" and a maker's mark, circa 1950s.

View View View #N37715 CORO Genuine Norseland sterling dove links bracelet with safety chain, marked on the back as shown in the photo, 6-3/4" by 7/8".

My guess is that the chain didn't originally go with this set, so it is included for free.

View View #C37962 STERLING stylized flowers and leaves pin marked on the back with the facsimile signature "Geoffrey G Bellamy" and 'Ivan Tarratt Eng, GTLd" and hallmarked for Birmingham sterling circa 1950s mid century modern, size 1-1/8". This is a larger wearable size at 8" long by 5/8" wide.Welcome to the beauty, history and art that is vintage jewelry.We buy and sell vintage rhinestone, costume, designer, bakelite, and antique Georgian & Victorian jewelry, sterling, purses and accessories.This is a substantial piece with a total weight is about 3.2 ounces. View View View View #N64167 MEXICO Casa Prieto sterling scroll links heavy bracelet, marked "Prieto Ave 40 Juarez Mexico 925", no eagle mark, 7-3/4" by 1-1/2".

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Casa Prieto was a Mexico City jewelry maker, circa 1940s.

Marked on the back, "sterling Denmark E Dragsted", I think these are these are hibiscus flowers.

Peterson hallmark dating Pottery wares using clay. When dating silver hallmarks helps to impress your parents or another couple meet online and ireland.… continue reading »

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British hallmarks on silver The history of hallmarking in Britain began in the year 1300 in the reign of King Edward the first. It is thus lengthy, and also surprisingly complicated.… continue reading »

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These marks, the walking lion passant of sterling silver, the leopard's head, and a date letter, are traditional British hallmarks on silver with origins that go back to the year 1300 in the reign of King Edward I. The lion passant, the walking lion with raised right forepaw, was introduced in the reign of King Henry VIII, the king who had six wives. Gold items… continue reading »

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READING BRITISH SILVER HALLMARKS The vast majority of English, Scottish and Irish silver produced in the last 500 years is stamped with either 4 or 5 symbols, known as hallmarks.… continue reading »

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