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Date(s): March 19, 2004. Album by Cathy Gordon. 1 - 50 of 50 Total. 3608 Visits.
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i have been told Weiss always had the clip earring backs signed from the bottom up, rather than from the top down. is this true?     thank you.
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shirley, Mon, 23 Sep 2013 12:40PM
can you identify the mark with the S in a star that you have pictured in your album -- #23 I believe.
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Andrea Clary Vos, Wed, 14 Jun 2006 5:26PM
do you know how i can get pricing info for a beautiful rhinestone fred a. block necklace???
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sara, Wed, 14 Dec 2005 9:09AM
Where can I verify that #12 is a Fahrner mark? I have a Deco bracelet on EBay right now, and I have an E-bayer disputing that this is a Fahrner piece, but I knowit is! The mark is on your page as #12.
Can you help with a source to refer to?
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eamesdeco, Fri, 18 Nov 2005 6:08PM
I have a mystery mark on a necklace/earrings set I have w/pearls and diamonds, marked 585.
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nancy, Wed, 5 Oct 2005 5:18PM
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Deco necklace marks -- does anyone know these?

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All marks on the Deco German necklace.

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Niello cross marks -- one direction.

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Niello cross marks -- rotated 180 degrees.

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Hungarian bracelet marks.

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Another picture of the Hungarian bracelet marks.

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DeMario NY earring clip

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DeMrio NY plaque on necklaces, pins

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Robert Sorrell

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Original Fahrner (post 1930s)

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TF Fahrner Germany (1920s)

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TF Fahrner (1920s)

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Pellini

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A very odd piece.  Labeled

Design by Bel Geddes
Jeray


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Silson

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Silson Pat. Pend.

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Nordic Sterling

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Ugo Correani

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Ugo Correani

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Mazer Sterling

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Leo Glass

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Jomaz

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S in a Star.

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Roger Scemama

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Early Napier from necklace from the 1920s-1930s

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Rebajes Sterling

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Reja Sterling earring clip.

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This is a better version of the Reja Sterling signature.

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The Reja Sterling signature is the worst stamped of all and is tiny.

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Intersting Reja signature with the line under it.  From a 1940ish blackamoor.

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Early Sandor (from 1940s blackamoor)

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Swoboda earring clip

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Swoboda from a necklace clasp.

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Fred. A. Block

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Fishel Nessler as F.N. Co.

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C. Ruopoli Sterling.  Charles Ruopoli  was a silver designer for Black, Star, Frost and Gorham, New York, around 1920-1930 and designed in the style of Georg Jensen.

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Reja Reg.

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Josef Morton earring clip.

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Josef Morton plaque on necklace.  Jpsef Morton Glasser was nephew of Miriam Haskell, left the firm in 1959 and started his own jewelry company.  Was joined by Frank Hess after he left Haskell in 1960.

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Early Stanley Hagler.

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Amourelle earring clip.

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Amourelle (by Frank Hess for Kramer), plaque on necklace or pin.

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The mysterious Albert.

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Bjorn Weckstrom, Lapponia

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Tone Vigelund

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Anyone know this signature?  H in a diamond.

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Josef Morton bird on necklace hook.

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Josef Morton hook.

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Josef Morton signature

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Another Josef Morton signature

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