I doubt it. I don't know of any sterling mark that is just a pineapple. It is probably silverplate of some sort.
I have a spoon crown, lion, K, and then HA. Is this spoon solid silver?
What sterling piece has a crown, the letters L, S, and a tiger on it?
I have some shell-shaped English silver dishes. They are marked with a three-leaf clover on the back. Are they sterling silver?
The marks A1 R P N S S on British sterling silver I know. A1 is supposed to be of high quality, but I can't find a lion stamp or anything like that. Any ideas as to if it is actually sterling? And if so, why does it not have the lion?
I have a spoon that is marked Sterling with an image of a walking lion and an R 925 engraving. I'm confused, as I read that "R" means that the spoon is coated, but if it says "Sterling 925" then it's not coated. So which is it?
I have earrings that have the abbreviation "STC" on them, with a tiny numeric 4, and sterling screw on type backings. They have green and white stones, and I can't I.D the maker through any site. Any ideas?
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