Help with Identification of Maker's Mark/Hallmark

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Jackieee
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Re: Help with Identification of Maker's Mark/Hallmark

Postby Jackieee » Sun Apr 23, 2017 3:38 am

Well, obviously I'm new here and didn't realize I'm years late. The mystery mark has been identified long ago! Please accept my apology, I've never been on a forum before.

dognose
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Re: Help with Identification of Maker's Mark/Hallmark

Postby dognose » Sun Apr 23, 2017 4:55 am

Hi Jackieee,

Welcome to the Forum.

No apologies necessary. Your reminder will help others searching for the same answer.

We hope to hear more from you.

Trev.

JewelryGal
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Re: Help with Identification of Maker's Mark/Hallmark - Silpada and Shube

Postby JewelryGal » Tue Nov 17, 2020 3:16 pm

I'm submitting images from the Silpada magazine that clearly lists a pair of earrings that I have in my possession that is stamped with the Shube (Sb) hallmarks. Perhaps Silpada pieces were jobbed out to Shube and mistakes were made, but this may help explain some confusion around the Silpada maker mark, which I have only known to be the the arrowhead. I have a bracelet and matching earrings. I've acquired the earrings several times over and one pair no longer in my possession contained the Silpada mark. A pair I'm posting today contains the Shube hallmark. But, the matching bracelet, which I am also sharing here, but is not listed on the Silpada spread with the earrings, contains both the Shube and the Silpada hallmarks, which I have circled.

nancyq
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Re: Help with Identification of Maker's Mark/Hallmark

Postby nancyq » Mon Jan 10, 2022 7:15 pm

Hi all, it's been a LONG time since the thread was written, but in trying to research some stolen jewelry by George Schuler, I came across your posts. I am George Schuler's grand niece, and my mom, his neice would probably enjoy providing information about Uncle George, Preformed Parts, and other relevant information, should you still like to inquire. It brings me great joy to know that his pieces are still enjoyed and I believe he would be thrilled.
I'll be happy to share contact info privately through the admin if I could help in any way.
Smiles,
Nancy


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