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House of Clasps
by: RTL-JewelerToTheStars

This is a "House of Clasps" piece. We have been in the business for 40+ years. We have a ring with the same hallmark that we asked our GIA Graduate Gemologist appraiser about and he said it is commonly mixed up with Honora. You can check out the ring at our eBay page at :

http://www.ebay.com/sch/rtl-jewelertothestars/m.html?_nkw=&_armrs=1&_ipg=&_from=

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Best I've Uncovered
by: Anonymous

I own a Pearl clasp from c1940 or c1950 that also has this identical Hallmark.

From what research I have done, I have concluded that what I have and what you have here is indeed a "Hagerstrom & Chapman" clasp.

P/S. Here are links to a few pictures of other clasps with the same hallmark, two of which have been identified as Hagerstrom & Chapman.

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If not, at least we know we gave the same "family" of origin for our clasps.

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Cursive H Hallmark - Honora
by: Rick L

I too have a Necklace with this H on it and after several months of doggedly searching ... I found it on a vintage piece that is said to be by Honora.... on Ebay

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Sweden City Mark is H
by: Tom

Cursive H (usually in circle) has been the City mark for Silver in Sweden Haeisinborg since 1912
I don't know if this will help or not!

Cheers
Tom I am

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I need this info too!
by: Kile

I have come across this trademark also. Ruled out Herco and Hidalgo. Any news on the maker?

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