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The marks section of this book is the primary reason for owning it (forget the prices! The book is now in its 4th edition, published by Krause Publications, but I don't know if there are any additional marks.I have a silver pendant that was recently bought at a thrift store for It has a large (about 32X22mm) agate or jasper cab, bezel set on a solid silver sheet. Regarding silver and wooden jewelry by Kaija Aarikka of Finland, I have several questions.(I believe) it is 1970 Finnish, from the town of Turku, but wasn't able to come up with an artist.submitted by Myrna in Tulsa I haven't seen this particular design before, so can't be sure, but the 'bird or animal with it's mouth open' could be the maker's mark for Auran Kultaseppa which is an eagle head with it's beak slightly ajar.Mark Edward Davis has been a men's counselor and life coach for more than 20 years.
Both of the above volumes can be found available for sale online or at quality booksellers. Hi Sande-- I'm a silversmith here in the US and often work in Ag .980 I know many people that do as well.Britain always used the standard 925 and had another standard which is 956 silver which was called Britannia silver (this Britannia silver is seldom seen) and instead of the Lion rampant or lion Pageant you would see Britaina. Hence why British silver is sought after pre-1900 hundreds.Britain would not accept any standard below 925 as silver. Scandinavian countries used 830s silver like Denmark moved to using 925 silver in 1927 however even though a higher grade of silver was used by most jewellers in Scandinavia, they stuck to stamping there jewellery 830s as they did not have to pay a tariff to the assaying office for the change over to 925.The are many reasons for using it over sterling silver. Most of the imports currently being mis-labeled as hill tribe silver are done in Ag .980, The smiths I've met over there prefer it because it is softer and easier to stamp and forge than sterling.It melts at a higher temp and so folks over there do not like it for casting however.