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Russian silver hallmark


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Dear fellow collectors,

On the picture below you can see a Russian silver hallmark and (I guess) a maker's mark. I followed the link to Russian hallmarks in the upper post and I am not sure whether the hallmarks on the picture below are faked or not. According to the seller, the ring with these hallmarks is from WWI era.

Please tell me your opinion. Thank you.

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According to the seller, the ring with these hallmarks is from WWI era.

"84 + kokoshnik" was used between 1908 and 1917

AR is a personal mark.

I remember only two makers who used this mark.

First will be Athanasius Rybakov who was active between 1729 and 1748.

Obviously it's not Athanasius.

Another variant will be Ruth Axel Willhelm - owner of workshop in St. Petersburg (late 19th - early 20th century)

I am not sure whether the hallmarks on the picture below are faked or not

By such blur photo - I don't think that anybody can ;)

Cheers,

Nick

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