Jewelry Makers Marks?

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Jewelry makers' marks are symbols or the initials of the manufacturer of the jewelry which is stamped into a platinum, silver, or gold item. A maker's mark is also called a trademark. Some countries such as Italy assign the maker's mark to registered goldsmiths. There is a database that can be utilized to look up maker's marks from hundreds of manufacturers. The maker's mark is invaluable in helping an appraiser date an item accurately and assign a value to the item.
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