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Bookmark No.0698
This bookmark is made in Norway by David Andersen. It is marked with his hallmark and 925. The David Andersen mark is described by the firm as a hammer and tong design, with the hammer in the center. It came into use in 1888. Norwegian law requires the degree of fineness to be followed by the letter S for silver. David Andersen chose to incorporate the S into their punch. Often the S was crossed by a diagonal line. The top of the bookmark is plique-a-jour with green and blue enamel. The date is 1890 - 1910.
This bookmark is made in Norway by David Andersen. It is marked with his hallmark and 925. The David Andersen mark is described by the firm as a hammer and tong design, with the hammer in the center. It came into use in 1888. Norwegian law requires the degree of fineness to be followed by the letter S for silver. David Andersen chose to incorporate the S into their punch. Often the S was crossed by a diagonal line. The top of the bookmark is plique-a-jour with green and blue enamel. The date is 1890 - 1910.This bookmark is made in Norway by David Andersen. It is marked with his hallmark and 925. The David Andersen mark is described by the firm as a hammer and tong design, with the hammer in the center. It came into use in 1888. Norwegian law requires the degree of fineness to be followed by the letter S for silver. David Andersen chose to incorporate the S into their punch. Often the S was crossed by a diagonal line. The top of the bookmark is plique-a-jour with green and blue enamel. The date is 1890 - 1910.
This bookmark is made in Norway by David Andersen. It is marked with his hallmark and 925. The David Andersen mark is described by the firm as a hammer and tong design, with the hammer in the center. It came into use in 1888. Norwegian law requires the degree of fineness to be followed by the letter S for silver. David Andersen chose to incorporate the S into their punch. Often the S was crossed by a diagonal line. The top of the bookmark is plique-a-jour with green and blue enamel. The date is 1890 - 1910.
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Materials:
Silver
Materials:
Plique-a-jour
Origin:
Norway
Manufacturer:
David Andersen
Date:
1881 - 1900
Size:
2cm W x 9cm H
Value:
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