Dating tiffany jewelery
Mexican silver jewelry marks usually include the “925” purity mark, and sometimes include “STERLING” as well.
In addition, the jewelry will often be stamped “MEXICO” or “HECHO EN MEXICO” (MADE IN MEXICO). Pieces from the Taxco region are often stamped “TAXCO” or sometimes simply with the letter “T” at the beginning of the signature.
Sweden uses one Dateletter chart, which makes things a bit easier.
Norwegian and Danish silver marks usually include a Purity Mark and a Maker’s Mark.
See it at: Danish Hallmarks 925-1000 Norwegian Makers’ Marks Page: This section includes four pages of photos for many Norwegian Hallmarks.
See it at: Norwegian Silver Makers’ Marks 925-1000 David Andersen Marks Page: This page shows the various marks used by the David Andersen company, established in Norway in 1876, and still producing jewelry today.
See it at: David Andersen Hallmarks It’s not possible to cover every country in a single article, but there are some good online resources to research silver jewelry marks in various countries.
Read it here at: Basic Hallmark Identification Please visit the My Classic Jewelry Resources page for a list of other helpful vintage jewelry sites.
View it here: My Classic Jewelry Vintage Jewelry Resources.