How to Identify Jewelry Markings
Fine jewelry is stamped or engraved with a variety of markings to indicate the materials with which it is made and its purity. To the average person, these mysterious markings can seem like a foreign language. Knowing how to interpret them can be...
The most comprehensive internet resource for research of Silver Marks,
Hallmarks & Maker's Marks found on antique and vintage silver and silverplate. ...
Updated ~ Russian Hallmarks •. pattern identification ... Modernist Silver &
Identification guide to costume jewelry marks, jewelry research, fashion jewelry
marks, vintage jewelry signatures, jewelry history, designers trademarks, jewelry
In addition to its karat weight stamp, gold often features other markings on jewelry
help identify the authenticity and quality of the gold. Use a magnifying glass to ...
Mar 27, 2011 ... The most common Marks or Trademark Stamps are used to identify things like:
Metals, Carat Weights, Manufacturer, Trade Marks, Jeweler, ...
From metal content to manufacturer, your jewelry markings can give you a clue ...
or selling the jewelry will stand behind the metal content they are identifying.
Identifying and authenticating antique and period jewelry is based on experience
and knowledge. It is often a process of comparing known with unknown and ...
How to Identify Jewelry Markings. Fine jewelry is stamped or engraved with a
variety of markings to indicate the materials with which it is made and its purity.
Welcome to the AJU Jewelry Maker's Marks Database. ... When you are looking
at a mark and need a name, you can use our search function to narrow down ...
When such marks are present, the jewelry item is said to be "signed" by the
maker or manufacturer. In some countries, Italy for instance, official maker's