British and Irish pewter is often unmarked. If marks are present, they can help in
identifying when and where the item was made or used. Marks fall into 3 broad ...
Feb 28, 2013 ... Crowned rose marks can be helpful in identifying pewterers as most used their
own variation of the design. Even crowned Xs can sometimes ...
Pewterers' marks fall into five broad categories: touch marks, hallmarks, ... initial
marks, distinctive enough to serve as a means of identifying the pewterer.
Pewter Marks Identification | English silver marks: marks and hallmarks of
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English pewter marks were identification symbols used to indicate which
craftsman worked on a particular piece. The maker's name or initials were often ...
Identifying marks on pewter fall into five categories: touch marks, pseudo-marks,
quality marks, labels, and numbers. Touch marks generally indicate the ...
Identification of Pewter Marks. Pewter is an alloy comprised of tin (91 percent to
97 percent) with antimony and copper. The more silver the color the higher the ...
Identifying Old Pewter Takes Research and Sharp Eye. ... 18th century American
eagle touch marks have often been worn away leaving only wing tips or beaks.
Nov 17, 2011 ... Internet Archive BookReader - Illustrated handbook of information on pewter and
Sheffield plate, with full particulars on touch marks, makers' ...
Nov 23, 2009 ... Includes: thousands of antique identification marks, marks are clues to an ...
Foundry marks; Pewter touch marks; Engraved signatures on glass ...