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V Mark - Clueless
by: Cathy

I'm looking at a ring with 585 then came across this site. Could anyone tell me anything about the V? I have another antique piece with a V mark but no ideas with it.
Thank you

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Pair 585 gold wedding rings, German origin
by: Susanne

Dear Ruth

The company name is "Niessing", from Germany.

Yours sincerely

Susanne

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slightly confused 333 or 585
by: Anonymous

I thought we were talking about 585 not 333?

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585 wedding ring
by: kathy

I was reading your comment on June 16th I have a ring marked 333 with the same mark of a heart with a arrow through it and a N inside. I too am wondering its origin

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Modern? 585 gold ring.
by: Anonymous

Greetings Ruth - the ring looks quite modern.. and it looks like one ring in the photo. 585 is the gold composition and means there is 585 parts per 1000 parts or 58.5% gold and is popular in Asia for overseas market. Common in USA. and in Russia - 584. Ruth did you purchase the jewelry in Germany recently?

Jean J

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