But shouldn't they have the crescent moon and crown if they were German? The Deyhle lion is a bit more upright as well. This lion looks more like a prancing horse. I'm interested since I have a sugar and cream set (1940's/1950's) with the exact same marks, except that they have a "S" before 925 (and Swedish import marks).Bahner wrote:Hello, these pieces are not Scottish. Style and marks remind me of german pieces. The Deyhle company (now inactive) in the ciy of Schwaebisch-Gmuend, Germany, used a mark just like that. The word Sterling can be found on German pieces, too. Best wishes, Bahner.
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