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I have a piece sterling & marcasite with same mark
by: Kymmbery Warren-Arbiso

I've been looking for this mark for almost a year now. I also have a lovely piece with a snake (boa) in marcasite, trying to take over a cougar or lion &Very Large Broach! Has the same H but I have a 7 in top of H & a 3 in Bottom of same.

I'm going to a local library, I found out has Many books on Hallmarks, on gold, silver & more! I have MANY books, but they have the Thousand Dollars ones, to use as reverence (can copy pages on machine they have) But Cannot check theses types of books out! If Find anything I will be back to let you know, Karen!

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Ive been looking for Same mark now for over a year!!!
by: Oceaneyz

I have a Large Broach of sterling & Marcasite with SAME MARK! Cannot find out whom made it at all!! Mine is a snake being taken over by a Boa constrictor snake, Its Just Gorgeous, but cannot find out whom made it? I will join & add pictures of the mark. Finally I at the least see another person in same dilemma with same mark! I was starting to think I was crazy...

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I have a similar pair of earrings
by: Anonymous

Hi Karen-
I also have some earrings with the sideways H next to STERLING. Mine are pierced with lapis and onyx. The lapis is a small inlaid rectangle sitting vertically just below the post, then there is a slightly larger silver rectangle under that with two vertical rows of prong set marcasites and under all of that is a rectangular onyx. About 1" long.

There is enough fancy silverwork that they don't look new, they look like Fahrner but without the correct hallmark. Have you found out anything else? Do these sound like yours?
Lynn

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Ear Ring Findings Provide Dating Clues | Expert Appraisal
by: Anonymous

Good Morning Karen!

this is exactly why I prefer to see photos.

The ear ring finding? Do you know what style of ear ring finding Karen? The expert will be able to tell from the images, so don't be too concerned if you are not sure. This will also help in pinning down a date.

MARCASITE (trade name for Pyrite) was popular from the 18th century onwards. Karen, you might like to consider having an appraisal carried out for these ear rings. This way you will also know their value.

Even from this one image, we feel, these ear rings more than qualify for an expert's appraisal. Visitors, send through images (attached in an email) to the address that will be provided to our appraisal department, after ordering your Jewelry Appraisal.

The Jewelry Appraisal form can be found HERE. It is an easy and straightforward process.

Best Wishes,

Yvonne

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"H" Sterling Jewelry Maker's Mark
by: Anonymous

Hello Rebecca, The item with the "H" mark that I wrote in about is a pair of earrings. I don't know any history as I bought them from a dealer. I guess I should have included a photo of the front. I will see if I can figure out how to add another photo. Thank you for your reply, Karen

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More Info / History
by: Anonymous

Hi Karen

do you know anything about the history of this lovely old sterling silver bracelet? From the reverse it looks like it could be an antique silver bracelet, the marks are quite hard to see, aren't they? Do you know where the piece originated? Can you describe the clasp? Thanks

Regards
Rebecca

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