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W.W.L
by: Anonymous

Hi Sarah without benefit of a photo the maker could possibly be WILLIAMS, Ltd. - WILLIAM WILLIAMS (Retailers & Silversmiths, Birmingham, UK) - ca 1890s - 1930s

The D right at the end is a bit higher and smaller than the letter L and looks as if it is inside the L - (these last two letters at the end stand for Ltd)


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Help me identify ring please
by: sarah

whilst digging in my garden i have found a small ring. the same comment as before - it has the makers mark W.W L then a D enclosed in the L then the word platinum. the ring weighs 3 grams and has patterns on the rim and the outer edge. anybody able to identify the maker or if it old??!!

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WW Ld Maker
by: Anonymous

Hi, I have a 22ct gold wedding ring of my Grandmothers with exactly the same makers initials on it, with leopards/lions head on it's side. The date letter is an itallic 'g' for 1922, which would be about the right date as she was married in 1923, but I've no idea who the maker is. Kind Regards from Sarah.

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by: Hallmark Helper

Emma could you please take a close-up photo of the hallmarks.

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