So what could it be if it's both the letter and anchor in the same cartouche? Could it be all fake? I'm worried... It's hard to tell from the picture but the anchor looks really small and placed to the right in the cartouche?
I just bought a bracelet from Birmingham with a 958 stamp on, possibly not vintage but atleast from the 90's. When I googled 958 Britannia silver jewelry I didn't find a lot. Is it not common for use in jewelry at all nowdays? I can hardly find many vintage items as well with this amount of silver.
I zoomed in on the marks and I think the one to the right has both an anchor and the letter L next to it? This should mean it's from 1985, however I read that they didn't start marking silver with "958" before 1999? Before then it was just the old Britannia lady hallmark.
I came across a beautiful piece of bracelet, stamped M&S 958 Birmingham and the seller believed it's from the 90's. She didn't know anything about the maker M&S more than it's not Marks & Spencer. Does someone have an idea?