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    Posted 2 years ago

    Jewelryant…
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    Does anyone recognize the bracelet stamp? It says 835 and then the letters SP inside jewelers or makers stamp? Anyone recognize the stamp or know the type of metal? The ring has interesting prongs to hold the stone? Is the stone real amethyst? The ring has no stamp inside? It has small hole the point of the ring. The setting is unusual? Can you identify it?

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    1. Hel1 Hel1, 2 years ago
      Your photo with the marks of the bracelet is out of focus. Can you place a better one?

      835 is the mark for .835 silver purity. It is used in Germany, Norway, The Netherlands and some other country's.
    2. Jewelryantiquelover, 2 years ago
      I just took a few better pictures. I posted a couple. It took forever to get it to focus well.
    3. Hel1 Hel1, 2 years ago
      Now I can see the mark. The makers mark is from Friedrich Speidel - Pforzheim (Germany).
    4. Jewelryantiquelover, 2 years ago
      Thank you so much. I thought it had to be European but could not find 835 anywhere I searched. So, it is real silver? I found it interesting because it has an unique modern jewelry art feel to it. I had never had of the creator. I read that a lot of his work has been melted which is a shame.
    5. Hel1 Hel1, 2 years ago
      See the comment on Germany silver at 925-1000.com
      Germany silver standards are 800, 835, 830, 900, 925 and 935.

      835 means .835 purity instead of .925 purity. Sterling is .925 purity.
    6. Jewelryantiquelover, 2 years ago
      Thanks. I really appreciate it. I am glad ir is 835 silver.

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