Dating antique cutlery


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Below is a pictorial catalog of manufacturer trademarks.Once you have identified the manufacturer you will be able to click through to a list of patterns by that manufacturer.Many of the patterns have representative photographs from which you can compare your piece.This steel-and-iron Royal Windsor, manufactured on behalf of Montgomery Ward, sold for around in the 1920s.Information Wanted Arts & Crafts Project Modernist Silver & Jewelry Gorham Date Marks Kirk Date Marks Reed & Barton Dates Stieff Date Marks Tuttle Date Marks Whiting Date Marks Tiffany Date Marks Silverplate Trademarks American Flatware Patterns World Hallmarks Guide British Hallmarks Austrian Hallmarks Dutch Hallmarks Finnish Hallmarks & Makers French Hallmarks & Makers German Hallmarks Italian Marks from 1872 Russian Hallmarks Swedish Hallmarks Danish Hallmarks Norwegian Makers David-Andersen Marks Georg Jensen Marks Yogya Silver Mexican Marks & Makers Chinese Export Marks Indian Colonial Marks Silverplate Trademarks Silver Marks Forum Silver Glossary Books on Silver Articles on Silver World Silver Standards Precious Metal Prices Silver Care Polishing Silver Table Settings Anatomy of a Spoon Silver History Scientific Facts Symbols of Alchemy US Patent Number Dates British Registry Dates U. Law ~ Marking 1906 Ring Size Converter Navajo Iconography Link To Us 925-1000is the most extensive internet resource for research of Silver Marks, Hallmarks, Trademarks & Maker's Marks found on Antique and Vintage silver.The site's main focus is the silver markings used on vintage and antique sterling and coin silver, for those of you interested in silverplate trademarks, we have now added a large section of silverplate marks.The site is intended for international use and, although it is written in English, much of the information should be comprehensible to foreign language speakers.All of our Antique Spoon Rings are hand crafted from specifically sourced antique cutlery.

It is possible that your pattern is silverplate and not actual sterling silver.They began duplicating the look in quilts, using unexpected fabrics such as brocade, velvet, and silk and incorporating embroidery techniques.