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    Posted 4 years ago

    muse2max
    (13 items)

    I think it's a glass (very heavy) ice bucket.
    The glass container is about 10" in. tall with a silver handle and a silver rim.
    Embossed with A.A.M. on one side and
    On the opposite side
    Of the rim are 4 Hallmarks:

    hallmark 1: unknown (unreadable)
    hallmark 2: Belgium
    hallmark 3: unknown (looks like Lion standing upright)
    hallmark 4: unknown (looks like Pyramid with the numbers 478 embossed over it)

    Thanks in advance.

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    Comments

    1. IVAN49 IVAN49, 4 years ago
      The mark became a required standard on Belgian silver in 1942. Also in 1942 maker marks were required to be a barrel shape lozenge, which cannot be identified here.
    2. muse2max muse2max, 4 years ago
      IVAN49, I will see if I can get a better photo of the first hallmark or edit the photo somehow to get a better version of what is shown now. Also, thank you for your prompt reply.

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