Dating georg jensen silver
Even though my main interest is for silver objects, in recent years I've begun to buy non-silver related items, including in my collection some pieces as cameo glass vases, "barbotine" dishes, portrait miniatures, shell cameo brooches, and others.
Vander Wakely & Wheeler Walker & Hall D&J Wellby Ltd West & Son H. ANDREWS STONEHAVEN TAIN WICK ALPHABETICAL LIST OF MARKS Aa/Az Ba/Bd Be/Bn Bo/Bz Ca/Cn Co/Cz Da/Dh Di/Dz Ea/Eo Ep/Ez Fa/Fh Fi/Fz Ga/Gn Go/Gz Ha/Hh Hi/Hz Ia/Jz Ka/Kz La/Lz Ma/Maq Mar/Mz Na/Nz Oa/Oz Pa/Pg Ph/Pz Qa/Rz Sa/Sh Si/Sz Ta/Uz Va/Vz Wa/Wh Wi/Wz Ya/Yz Za/Zz unk.#1 unk.#2 unk.#3 unk.#4 |THE STEP BY STEP GUIDE TO SILVERPLATE MARKS| |UK FIGURAL TRADE MARKS| |ALPHABETIC SYMBOLS| |DATING UK PATENT MARKS| |OLD SHEFFIELD PLATE| |ELKINGTON DATE LETTERS| |WALKER & HALL DATE LETTERS| |MAPPIN & WEBB DATE LETTERS| |EPNS - EPBM| |BRITANNIA METAL| THE WHAT IS? You may have an idea of prices looking at a Sotheby's or Christie's auction catalog, where thousands of dollars are requested for any antique silver object. After this first meeting with the "world of silver", I began to frequent antique markets and shops and to buy books and silver auction catalogs, looking for silver items to add to the little collection I was trying to put together. - esrog box - etrog container - etui - European Hallmarks - ewer - ex voto - eye bath F: Factories, Plants, Shops and Workshop - fakes on silver - false filigree - family crest (UK) - fiddle spoon - filigree - fish server - fish slice - flagon - flatware patterns - fob - folding biscuit box - folding knife - fruit knife - funnel G: galvanoplasty - glass holder - gilded silver - Goldsmiths' Hall H: hallmark - hallmarking (British) - hallmarking (contemporary UK) - Hanau silver - hand warmer - Hanoverian spoon - hanukah lamp - heraldry (UK) - hip flask - holy water font - horse hoof inkwell - hot water urn - hovedvandsg - how to decrypt silverplate marks - How to read UK sterling silver marks I: ice water pitcher - import marks (UK) - Indian Peace Medals - inkstand J: jewelers trade card - Jewish ritual silverware - journeyman mark - Judaica - julep cup K: kiddush beaker - kiddush cup - kiddush goblet - knife rest - kokoshnik - kovsh L: leopard's head - letter opener - London hallmarks - lozenge mark - lucerna - luckenbooth M: maker's mark - mark - marrow scoop - marrow spoon - Martel (Gorham) - matchbox holder - mate - mazarine - mazer - mechanical pencil - medicine spoon - memento mori - menorah - mether cup - miniature silverware - mint julep cup - monteith - mote skimmer - mote spoon - moustache cup - moustache spoon - muffineer - mustache cup - mustache spoon - mustard-pot N: napkin ring - nef - nipple shield - nutmeg grater O: oil lamp - Old English Spoon - old sheffield plate - Oneida advertisements in WWII - openwork - overlay glass P: paper knife - pap-boat - patent mark (British) - patterns flatware (USA) - pax - penknife - pepper caster - pepperette - pickle spoon - pipe lighter - pipe makers - pipe mounters - pocket knife - podstakannik - pomander - posy holder - potato ring - presentation silver to indians - prickling - propelling pencil - pseudo hallmark (sterling silver) - pseudo hallmarks (Italy) - pseudo hallmarks (silverplate) - punch ladle Q: quaich R: racing-bell - rattle - reliquary - revolving butter dish - Russian fakes S: saddle flask - salt - salt cellar - salt shaker - salt throne - salver - samorodok (technique) - Scottish Provincial Silver - sheffield plate - shooting field place finder - silver advertising - silver-gilt - silver overlay glass - skillet - snuff mull - soap box - sovereign holder - spice box - spice tower - spoon goblet - spoon holder - spoon warmer - sponge box - stamp case - string holder - sugar nips - sugar tongs T: talc bottle - tankard - taper-box - tea caddy - tea canister - tea glass holder - tea kettle - teapot with stand - tea tongs - tea urn - Tenby Jug - toast rack - toast tray - toasted-cheese dish - tobacconists - toothpick holder - torah breastplate - torah pointer - torah shield - town mark - trade card - trade marks UK (figural) - trade marks USA (figural and literal) - trade name (UK silverplate) - trefid spoon - trencher salt - trifid spoon - ceremonial trowel - tussie mussie - tyg U: Unidentified marks on British Silverplate V: vegetable dish - vermeil - vesta case - vinaigrette W: wager cup - waiter - wall sconces - Warwick cruet stand - waste bowl - watch fob - wavy-end spoon - wax-jack - whiskey jug - whisky noggin - Wiener Werkstatte - wine-bottle coaster - wine-bottle stand - wine funnel - wine label - wine trolley - women silversmiths - workman mark Y: yad - Yogya silver Z: zarf My first purchase of silver was made in 1996, when at an antique fair I bought a briar-wood box with a silver cover. 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Woodward & Co HALLMARKS OF BRITISH SILVER The hallmarking of British silver is based on a combination of marks that allow the identification of the origin and the age of each piece.