A silver object that is to be sold commercially is, in most countries, stamped with
one or more silver hallmarks indicating the purity of the silver, the mark of the ...
The most comprehensive internet resource for research of Silver Marks,
Hallmarks & Maker's Marks found on antique and vintage silver and silverplate.
British Hallmarks & Makers' Marks, Illustrated & Explained including the
datemarks of England, Ireland & Scotland.
the silver markings guide to maker, town, assayer marks and hallmarks of antique
and modern silver: English, American, Russian, Italian, French, German, ...
With the 925 standard mark, a piece of silver can virtually be sold world wide with
the ... Typical hallmarks on silver which may be freely traded among all nations ...
An extensive reference guide to silver marks, hallmarks, trademarks and maker's
marks found on antique and vintage silver, especially sterli...
It is possible that your pattern is silverplate and not actual sterling silver. 2. On the
handle is there an identifying mark from a manufacturer? Below is a pictorial ...
Many people confuse hallmarks with makers' marks. A hallmark is nothing more
than an indication of metal content, a guarantee of purity or quality, which may ...
The next step is to learn the meaning of the most common silver marks. England's
system of hallmarks -- a variety of official emblems stamped on silver to attest ...
Makers' Marks on British & Irish Silver. The aim of this web site is to provide an
aid in the identification of British and Irish silversmiths from their makers' or ...