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    Dating reed and barton mark

    It is marked on the rear with a large (almost 7X7cm letter M with the words ade/in/exico sort of arranged among lines of the letter M in this fashion---- Reading from the top, The letter M is on its side.the ade is next, the word "in" is cradled in the "V" of the letter, next is the word "exico" and next the other leg of the letter M. There are two matching earrings with the same "M" signature and stones, and a LARGE bracelet made of a 95mm long 33mm wide central motif set with the same type of stone and a band made of 6X 15MM cylinders which are hinged to each other.The Diamond pattern coffee set was designed by Gio Ponti and introduced in 1958. 570A, Circa 1951; WASTE BOWL- H 4 1/4", 14.39 TOZ, 570A, Circa 1949; CREAMER 5 3/4", 14.59 to, 570A, Circa1951; ALL MEASUREMENTS ARE APPROXIMATE. Beautiful sterling silver oval Bread Tray in the ornate Francis I pattern by Reed & Barton.It is one the most attractive modern design in the market today. The length is 11 5/8”; the width is 7 5/8”; the weight is 13.42 Troy Oz.The Reed & Barton Silversmiths division continues to produce a wide range of fine sterling silver, silverplated, and stainless steel tableware and gifts, including flatware, serveware, and holloware, as well as picture frames, Christmas ornaments, baby gifts, and musicals.

    Over the years, Reed & Barton has evolved into a diversified tabletop company composed of several divisions.This set consist of the following: The Coffee pot has rattan handle insulator, No. The condition is wonderful - no dings, no dents, no problems. The marks on the back are REED & BARTON - STERLING - X554 - FRANCIS I. The marks are Reed & Barton - STERLING - X568 - FRANCIS I - This is a fabulous pair of 3-armed sterling silver candelabra in the Francis I pattern by Reed & Barton. One of the stix is marked REED & BARTON - STERLING - FRANCIS I - 570A; the other candlestick is not marked - I am 100% sure that this was an oversight by the company, as both stix are identical and came from the same home in Newport, RI, where they were equally really tarnished! The condition is wonderful - It has great patina and oxidation. The marks on the back of the bowl are the date symbol for the year 1951 - REED & BARTON - STERLING - X569F - FRANCIS I. 440,weighs 8.9 toz, 4"H by 4 1/4" W The round Lucite tray has sterling band marked X436, the diameter is 15". FABULOUS FRANCIS I FIVE PIECE TEA SET BY REED& BARTON IN VERY GOOD CONDITION COMPRISED OF: LARGE COFFEE POT- H10 3/8", 45 TOZ, 571A, Circa 1950; LARGE TEA POT- H 8", 37.8 TOZ, 570A, Circa 1950; COVERED SUGAR-H 6 3/8", 26 TOZ.If I am in the wrong forum, please excuse me and direct me where I should look. After 1915 (or so) the company became the Manchester Silver Company."M" with the words ade/in/exico sort of arranged among lines of the letter M in this fashion---- Reading from the top, The letter M is on its side.the ade is next, the word "in" is cradled in the "V" of the letter, next is the word "exico" and next the other leg of the letter M. I need help identifying a set (Large Clip/Pin, Bracelet, Earrings).

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