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Silver P13
by: Eric

I have a silver pendant stamped P13 with a rectangle Symbol that i can't make out. Does this mean anything?

Russian silver teaspoon
by: Anonymous

Can you tell me about the Russian symbol '13' on a silver teaspoon from the 1800s in Russia

Are these Marks Russian Hallmarks?
by: Anonymous

Hi Izabela thank you for writing in with the following gold hallmark question:

"I have a Russian gold ring with a hallmark P13. What does it stand for? 13K gold? Thank you very much for your time."

When it comes to "russian hallmarks" on jewelry - take special care. There are fake Tsarist Russia hallmarks. They come from Poland, Ukraine, Romany, Hungary and other East European countries. Many of these pieces are offered on eBay but they are also being sold in European Markets by Russians and East European sellers.

1. The Russian assayer's mark - the initial of the assayer master with year date below - are Always in Cyrillic Letters.

2. The Russian Maker's mark may also be in Latin or Cyrillic.

To find out the metal composition, your local jewelry can acid test for you. Alternatively, you can test the metal yourself with gold testing equipment.

More info on russian hallmarks can be gleaned from comments and questions on Antique Jewelry Investor here:

1. Russian Hallmarks and Letter Marks

2. AA Russian Hallmarks

3.Town Marks on Russian Bracelet

4.Russian Hallmark with Alexandrite

best wishes,
Yvonne Hammouda-Eyre
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