Online Encyclopedia of Silver Marks, Hallmarks & Makers' Marks
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Modern Silver Magazine
E-Magazine website focusing on 20th century jewelry. Many excellent articles and a forum for discussion and identification of maker's marks.

Hallmarking Convention
Present day hallmarking in Europe.

American Silversmiths
An overview of American silversmiths of the 17th through 19th centuries from a genealogical perspective. It currently includes 3,400 silversmiths and related craftsmen (jewelers, watchmakers, pewtersmiths, etc). Included are 18 period city directory digests, as well as a transcription of Brix's Philadelphia Silversmiths.

El Mundo de la Plata
Website of Muñoz Arce, a Madrid Silversmith. It features a section on Spanish hallmarks and a silver terms glossary (site in Spanish).

Meestertekens van Friese
Makers' mark of Friesland, Netherlands - 1700-1812

Chicago Silver
Handwrought Metalwork from the American Arts & Crafts Movement.

Cast Sugar Tongs
A site devoted 18th century British cast tongs, their specialist makers and marks.

The Gemology Project
A great informational site for those interested in gemstones.

The Jewelry Patent Project
An American jewelry informational site with a handy searchable patent database.

The Collectors Weekly
A resource for collectors and antique lovers with information on hundreds of collecting categories and a showcase of the best collector websites.

The Infography about American Silverwork
Sources recommended by a museum curator whose research specialty is American silverwork.

Makers' Marks on British & Irish Silver
A website dedicated exclusively to illustrating makers' marks used throughout Great Britain and Ireland.

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