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My pieces are Archer as well
by: Anonymous

Back in the 90’s my mom used to go to a lot of jewelry shows and there was a guy from Down South ( I thought it was Austin, TX, but could have been Atlanta). Anyway, she would buy me a slide every time the jewelry show came to Baltimore. All of my slides have that same Archer Hallmark. I went with her one time and the guy said he made them from old molds that he had purchased and were of original, Victorian, origin. We have also tried to hunt him down to buy spacers, but have never been able to find anything. The Archer website from Atlanta does appear to have the same exact hallmark, so maybe it’s the same guy. Maybe he just got out of the slide game; wouldn’t hurt to call though. It is also worth noting that I have seen 2 of my charms while searching, but they were attributed to a different company. The other 4 seem to be unique, or at least I haven’t seen anything like them!

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Archer Trademark
by: Anonymous

I believe this to be old cast molds used by R. Glatter. I bought a bracelet from a lady that bought her slides at a jewelry show directly from Glatter in the late 1980s. Her slides have the archer. She says he told her he used old molds. He may have just started out.

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Archer International Imports
by: Sam

We also got no results - we found the following link , but the link to the archer website - we had no luck either ...

http://www.hotfrog.com/Companies/Archer-International-Imports



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www.archerjewelry.com
by: Anonymous

www.archerjewelry.com doesn't exist.

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Archer Jewelry
by: Anonymous

It is the mark used by Archer Jewelry International, in Atlanta, Georgia. See www.archerjewelry.com.

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Cute Archer on Gold Bracelet
by: Anonymous

Hi Kim - sorry to keep you waiting for so long, but we haven't been able to tack this mark down. It might be an unregistered US jeweler's mark. If anyone might know the origins or have more info on this jewelry mark, of a cute, little archer that you see in the photo, that appears on this 14k bracelet, could you please reply here.

14 k is a Common gold standard mark in the USA.

best wishes,

Yvonne Hammouda-Eyre
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