There seems to be one more mark (red arrow) but it does not help much,either.
No that is just the embossed/debossed decorative part.
Yes I was hoping someone can recognize the style/making and read the engraving, maybe it has a date! Should I post in another area of the forum?
Qrt.S wrote:The shown mark is not a silver mark but maybe a maker's mark or journey man's mark or?
I used a File on the bottom rim/foot of the cup to remove the top layer. The acid test turned to a good red color. Sorry for not being clear.
I also have this Tunisia Judaic spice box in the shape of a pear. It looks similar to the cup don't you think? However I couldn't find any Tunisian silver marks on the Cup, I know they are very small and I looked everywhere. It looks exactly like this (pic from eBay):