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Dating antique silver jewelry
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If you don't know the country of origin of the marks you are researching, the "World Hallmarks" page is probably the best place to start.
In addition, the jewelry will often be stamped “MEXICO” or “HECHO EN MEXICO” (MADE IN MEXICO). Pieces from the Taxco region are often stamped “TAXCO” or sometimes simply with the letter “T” at the beginning of the signature.
So “TB-188” indicates a Taxco artisan whose last name begins with the letter “B” who happens to be the 188th artisan who registered with the letter “B.” 925-1000: Here is the section of 925-1000for Mexican Silver Marks: Mexican Silver Marks on Antiques’ Antique Jewelry University: Here is their list of Mexican Jewelry Maker’s Marks: Mexican Jewelry Maker’s Marks on Antique Jewelry University British silver jewelry marks are the most complex, as they include various letters and symbols.
British hallmarks have been used for over 500 years and have changed over time.
American silver jewelry marks are fairly simple, usually including a purity mark, and sometimes a maker’s mark.
Because Sterling Silver is 92.5% silver, the common purity mark used today is “925.” Most vintage Sterling Silver pieces have the older marks: “STERLING,” “STER,” or “STG.” Some modern jewelry today will use “STERLING” either with “925” or without it, usually in conjunction with the maker’s mark.
At a minimum they include the purity marks that indicate the silver content, and can also include the maker’s mark (or signature).
Dating antique silver jewelry
Silver jewelry marks can also include the region or town where the piece was made and/or dateletters to indicate the year when the piece was made.Information Wanted Arts & Crafts Project Modernist Silver & Jewelry Gorham Date Marks Kirk Date Marks Reed & Barton Dates Stieff Date Marks Tuttle Date Marks Whiting Date Marks Tiffany Date Marks Silverplate Trademarks American Flatware Patterns World Hallmarks Guide British Hallmarks Austrian Hallmarks Dutch Hallmarks Finnish Hallmarks & Makers French Hallmarks & Makers German Hallmarks Italian Marks from 1872 Russian Hallmarks Swedish Hallmarks Danish Hallmarks Norwegian Makers David-Andersen Marks Georg Jensen Marks Yogya Silver Mexican Marks & Makers Chinese Export Marks Indian Colonial Marks Silverplate Trademarks Silver Marks Forum Silver Glossary Books on Silver Articles on Silver World Silver Standards Precious Metal Prices Silver Care Polishing Silver Table Settings Anatomy of a Spoon Silver History Scientific Facts Symbols of Alchemy US Patent Number Dates British Registry Dates U. Law ~ Marking 1906 Ring Size Converter Navajo Iconography Link To Us 925-1000is the most extensive internet resource for research of Silver Marks, Hallmarks, Trademarks & Maker's Marks found on Antique and Vintage silver.The site's main focus is the silver markings used on vintage and antique sterling and coin silver, for those of you interested in silverplate trademarks, we have now added a large section of silverplate marks.925-1000 Swedish Hallmarks Page: This page has a chart with the Swedish Date Code Marks.View it here: Date Code Marks on Swedish Silver 925-1000 Danish Hallmarks Page: This page includes links to a Danish Hallmarks Overview, Danish Assay Marks, and Danish Makers’ Marks.View it at: English Silver Hallmarks Antique Silver: This U. site has several helpful pages, like this one with charts of Town Date Marks.See it here: Antique Silver Town and Date Marks Scandinavian silver jewelry marks vary with the country.The Date Letters are especially tricky, as the various towns used different lettering schemes to represent the years.After a complete set of letters was used, a new set began a different font.Hallmarks include a Standard or Purity Mark, a City or Town Mark, a Date Letter, a Duty Mark, and a Maker’s Mark. The Standard (Purity) Mark is usually a symbol, that varies, depending on the region.The photo below shows examples of these symbols, as well as the most common Town Marks.