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Hallmark Decipher?


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1st post & I hope that I do it correctly.

I can find no other marks on this wine strainer.  Can anyone help with the identificaton idea from the size, style & partial mark?  Btw, I put a strong magnet next to both pieces and there was no reaction on either.

Many thanks in advance!

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BTW, I've been trying the match the puncture pattern in the strainer but have not found a match. Again, there was no magnetic reaction to any area on either section.  This has me stumped.  If nobody reading this can identify it is there aanother reference that might be helpful?

Many thanks from Savannah

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Hi, mate!

Your item look definitely silver, not silver plated. Unfortunately, the mark it is not clear enough and I can not find any matching similar one.

A very good source of informations are these online encyclopedias:

https://www.925-1000.com/.

https://www.silvercollection.it/hallmarks.html.

All the best!

Stefan.

 

 

 

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Hi, both pieces should have hallmarks, can you see where they are/were on the other part? Unfortunately it's going to be impossible to identify a maker from the mark you've shown.

Style wise it's Georgian (between 1770-1820 probably) but that's all I've got!

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