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Thanks and regardssubmitted by Ray Zammit I've only run across the use of the number '916' in one instance, and that in conjunction with the letter H, ie '916H'.
It has a gap (2mm) and then a rim anout 2mm wide and 2mm tall going around but not touching the bezel. Also, I'd be grateful for suggestions on how to research a German mark in the future. Is there any distinction in dating between pieces marked "Kaija Aarikka, Finland" and "Aarikka, Made in Finland"?
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.
So most Jewellery made by fine houses in Scandinavia will in fact be marked 830s but will have a standard silver of 925.
Would anyone know anything about this hallmark and where it was used?
I am also trying to find out more information about hallmarks used in Malta, not only this century but possibly also during the times of the Knights (circa 1550-1798).