Tiffany or Fake

Item must be marked "Sterling" or "925"
PHOTOS REQUIRED - marks + item
dognose
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Re: Tiffany or Fake

Postby dognose » Mon Jul 03, 2017 2:22 pm

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Re: Tiffany or Fake

Postby mmitchelloc » Mon Jul 03, 2017 2:27 pm

dognose wrote:Image

Thank you again for your help!! sorry for the noob mistakes, Ill do better in the future. Much appreciated.

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Re: Tiffany or Fake

Postby JLDoggett » Tue Jul 04, 2017 4:14 am

The mark looks OK. The style of the piece is typical of what they produced. All I can say from pictures. The M would only be on pieces made during Moore's tenure.

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Re: Tiffany or Fake

Postby mmitchelloc » Tue Jul 04, 2017 11:26 am

thank you for your input! any ideas on why the 7 in the pattern number is larger than all the others? I feel cofident enough now to pay for an apprasal, but I didn't want to waste time and money on something that couldn't pass a forum or 2. This piece was found in the trash with a bunch of wedding photos, in a box filled with family/kids memories type stuff as well as a 1936(as far as I have been able to tell from the target stamp) Reed Barton serving dishes and a few Onida items. The tiffany was the best part, thanks for the help!


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