Need help identifying this canteen of cutlery

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Margonn
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Need help identifying this canteen of cutlery

Postby Margonn » Sun Dec 27, 2020 12:03 pm

Hey, I've tried to search these through the internet with no luck.

I got this pretty big set of cutlery, but I've had no luck finding this exact set or the marks anywhere.

They all have "made in uk" stamps next to this logo shown in the second picture, and another logo shown in third picture. They also have these numbers, different in spoons, forks, knifes etc, one shown in the third picture.

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AG2012
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Re: Need help identifying this canteen of cutlery

Postby AG2012 » Sun Dec 27, 2020 1:59 pm

Hi,
Just guessing.
The number (upside down) is reminiscent of Devanagari used in India subcontinent. Number 19.
Different numbers on cutlery indicate number of grams of pure silver used for electroplating one set of spoons, forks etc.
It would be interesting to see what other numbers look like.

Regards

Margonn
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Re: Need help identifying this canteen of cutlery

Postby Margonn » Sun Dec 27, 2020 2:56 pm

AG2012 wrote:Hi,
Just guessing.
The number (upside down) is reminiscent of Devanagari used in India subcontinent. Number 19.
Different numbers on cutlery indicate number of grams of pure silver used for electroplating one set of spoons, forks etc.
It would be interesting to see what other numbers look like.

Regards


Hi and thanks for your answer. Here are more pictures of some of the items and the numbers on them.

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Re: Need help identifying this canteen of cutlery

Postby AG2012 » Sun Dec 27, 2020 3:05 pm

9,4,7 and 40 are clearly seen, so my assumption (India) was wrong.
The symbol after 9, 4 and 7 could indicate 90, 40 and 70 grams of pure silver used for electroplating.
See here:
https://www.925-1000.com/a_platenumbers.html
I cannot tell more; let`s wait.
Regards

Margonn
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Re: Need help identifying this canteen of cutlery

Postby Margonn » Sun Dec 27, 2020 6:17 pm

AG2012 wrote:9,4,7 and 40 are clearly seen, so my assumption (India) was wrong.
The symbol after 9, 4 and 7 could indicate 90, 40 and 70 grams of pure silver used for electroplating.
See here:
https://www.925-1000.com/a_platenumbers.html
I cannot tell more; let`s wait.
Regards



I was able to identify this, I think. It looks exactly like 1881 Rogers/Oneida Flirtation pattern, but these doesn't have any Rogers' or Oneidas stamps/marks. Any ideas why is that and am I even correct with my identification?

Sorry I'm really new to this and might and probably will say something wrong, but any help will be much appriciated.


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