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I too have F in a jewel type diamond
by: Anonymous

I purchased a sterling silver ring marked 925 and also outline of a cut diamond which has inside it an F. I assume the stones are fakes as it is sterling not gold but the diamond shape inside the band confuses me as the stones are brilliant and a slight shade of gray or green however the ceenter stone is bright white and with my loupe I see no carbon. The slightly gray or yellowish stones are the baggets arond the center pear shape which is whiter. Any ideas what I have here as most cz rings are marked cz? These are flashy and also shoot colors like my diamond. Could they be whilte sapphire I wonder?

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F in jewelry diamond shape
by: JazzyJen

I also have a piece of jewelry that is marked 925 for the sterling silver under the gold plate on top. It has a CZ solitaire surrounded by emeralds and CZ baguettes. It is big and beautiful. It does have the jewelry type "diamond" shape with the capital letter F in the middle. Not the playing card diamond shape. Thanks for your help.

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"f" in diamond 925 silver
by: Anonymous

I was wondering if you found out more about the bracelet. Looking at your posts and pictures it seems that I have the same bracelet with the same makers mark (not hallmark. The only difference I can see is mine has 49 diamonds. I'm estimating that they are .20 carats each. (looking at the size and taking a conservative estimation, it could be .25)
Im no expert but I think that would mean it is a 9.8 carat bracelet. (someone correct me if I'm wrong, .20 multiplied by 49 equals 9.8)

I can't seem to find the "f" makers mark anywhere but I seriously doubt it is costume it was a very important piece to my grandma who was serious about her jewelry. Any news would be appreciated. I would like to know if it is something I should pay to get appraised and insured.

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will post pix
by: Anonymous

Ok lets try again...ill post another w pix..
I think I have a magnify glass that will capture the Hallmark...if its unknown maybe its not even vintage....idk my grandad gave it to me...

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F Diamond PLAYING CARD
by: Anonymous

F in a DIAMOND (like the Diamond shape in the Playing card) was also used by E.S. Feinstein & Co - 9 Maiden Lane, New York City. Just though I'd mention Cheers! Pat

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A Girl's Best Friend Kind of Diamond
by: Anonymous

Holly

Thomas Francis Fessenden was Silversmith. Listed in the 1860 Boston city directory as manufacturers of silverware and jewelry at 119 Washington Street.

For anyone who might be interested, the following link provides general notes and events in his life...

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~silversmiths/makers/silversmiths/120640.

Uhmmmm.......A diamond aka girl's best friend NOT playing card. Back to the drawing board.

Best Wishes,

Yvonne

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in response | FESSENDEN & Co
by: Anonymous

Ooo so close...I thought this was it....but the Hallmark for fessenden is a diamond like on a playing card...I should have described the one on my bracelet is an actually like a cut stone diamond shape with an f in the middle.... ....thank u



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