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It is heavy in weight for its slim contour and on one end where there is the space to put it on the wrist is: sterling,then a capital A, then a half circle with a half sun.submitted by Karen Ferrandi CA with an arrow through it is the mark for Carl Art, Inc.I am also trying to find out more information about hallmarks used in Malta, not only this century but possibly also during the times of the Knights (circa 1550-1798).Thanks and regardssubmitted by Ray Zammit I've only run across the use of the number '916' in one instance, and that in conjunction with the letter H, ie '916H'.Otherwise, you're correct about the remaining hallmarks.This time I have from my collection a wonderful sterling narrow twisted bracelet.

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Rainwater can be confusing, but just remember that the marks always follow the names and info in that book. You can find this info on page 38 of Maryanne Dolan's Collecting Rhinestones & Colored Jewelry, 3rd edition, where the info is UNDER the mark.I picked up a pair of contemporary silver earrings at an estate sale this weekend.They look like a Lisa Jenks design, but are signed with the copyright symbol and an outstretched hand. There are a series of hallmarks on top of the bail, the 1st one is a bird or animal with its mouth open, the 2nd one is 830H, the 3rd one is an A with a bar across the top, the 4th one is a crown, he 5th one is R7.It also has an A with an arrow coming out of the middle horizontal line pointing to the right. If a piece is unmarked as to silver content, should I assume it is silverplated? Finally, is Aarikka still making geometric silver and wooden bead necklace and earring suites with white metal link chains that have hang tags?The A is also uppercase block and is about 4mm tall and 4mm wide including the arrow.submitted by April I need help identifying the maker of a piece of German 800 silver. submitted by Ramona Aarikka jewellery is still produced today their are two shops in Helsinki that still sell the silver and wooden jewellery .

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