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Ehrlich & Sinnock
by: Kenneth Burchell

Brenda, I believe that you are very likely correct. I'm appraising a piece that has the same marks and I had already come to the conclusion that they are the makers, in part because the dates on my piece are known (right down to the day and month). I also have a reference with that exact mark listed.

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ES Mark on Pendant
by: Anonymous

Hi Brenda

as it's marked 14 K (K is the common gold standard designation in the US) I'm leaning towards a US maker.


EHRLICH & SINNOCK were manufacturing Jewelers in Newark, NJ, US in ca 1898 - 1930s

Some references I've looked up have an ampersand between the letters and other references do not.

You can see the mark in US edition of Jewelry Hallmarks 1922 edition in the Jewelry Resources Here...

I agree, however keep in mind that hallmarking only became a legal requirement in 1906 (US) so I would lean towards a post 1906 (as it's marked 14K) date which also fits the historical framework, the Victorian era ended with the passing away of Queen Victoria in 1901 when the Edwardian era although brief - commenced.



best wishes,
Yvonne Hammouda-Eyre

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