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Author Topic: MYSTERY MARK ö RNo?7?7?  (Read 2199 times)

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Offline Ivo

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Re: MYSTERY MARK
« Reply #10 on: October 19, 2011, 01:32:57 PM »
You could ask the good people at ÖMAK of course - the Österreichische Museum für Angewandte Kunst in Vienna.  http://www.mak.at/jetzt/f_jetzt.htm

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Re: MYSTERY MARK
« Reply #11 on: October 19, 2011, 08:17:00 PM »
This will make you smile IVO. In desperation I did an image search for antique glass candlestick and found an exact pair being sold on a U.S. Antique website. I was hoping the had identified them but the listing just stated they were

English 19th century $550 the pair!!  :rah:

No reference to the reg mark.

I have been in touch with Seigmar in Germany and he couldn't come up with anything. I think Ill giv up on this one.

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Re: MYSTERY MARK
« Reply #12 on: October 20, 2011, 09:34:52 AM »
Never say never......have you asked the seller if they have looked for a mark,  because if they have one,  it might be a bit clearer than yours, and they may be prepared to photograph it for you.  I find the Americans so friendly and often ask them for help.....go on,  have a try.  :sun:
Rosie.

When all's said and done, there's nothing left to say or do.  Roger McGough.

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Re: MYSTERY MARK
« Reply #13 on: October 20, 2011, 08:06:54 PM »
Hartmann gives ö marks as circa 1920. Also mentions that they often did things for Novy Bor school but school would not be registering designs in UK.

Perhaps a trip to Kew and find out what/who the trademark was for... you have one digit and a date range to start with. ^-^

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Re: MYSTERY MARK
« Reply #14 on: October 23, 2011, 02:39:25 PM »
Hi Frank
lol...I love your optimism....actually I was considering buying a decent eyeglass or even an ultra red scanner just to solve this one...lol.
Thanks to everyone for all your comments. I will let you know if I solve it

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Re: MYSTERY MARK
« Reply #15 on: October 23, 2011, 08:07:39 PM »
There is always an answer one-day... I have been waiting 20+ years to solve some puzzles.

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