Sterling "AG" Mark

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mhmorningstar
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Sterling "AG" Mark

Postby mhmorningstar » Wed Jul 24, 2019 7:00 am

Hello,

I have a compote that is marked "Sterling A.G.". I'm not having any luck finding any makers with those initials and I'm wondering if the A.G. just stands for silver? I've found a couple other examples online that show the same mark but nothing that references the maker. Any info is greatly appreciated!

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Traintime
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Re: Sterling "AG" Mark

Postby Traintime » Sun Jul 28, 2019 11:18 pm

Just based upon the curved "STERLING" word as found in Rainwater (not the ad samples here), possibly an alternate mark for firm of Arthur R. Geoffroy dropping the "R"????? Just a wild guess for further investigation.


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