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iconnumber posted 09-13-2005 10:44 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Barbara     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote

I would appreciate anyone giving me any information on this piece. I have researched it for a while and cannot seem to find one company/person that fits all four marks.

This is a traditional looking pair of silverplated chambersticks with snuffers and removable nozzles. The marks are located at the base of the candle in the cup.

• crossed keys on a shield
• three letters in circles, E on top, G bottom left, S bottom right
• 1872
• W.T

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iconnumber posted 09-14-2005 06:15 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Patrick Vyvyan     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
My feeling is that your pieces are silverplated and perhaps from Sheffield, England. 1872 is almost certainly the model number etc, and not the date.

Maybe this will lead you in the right direction!

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iconnumber posted 09-14-2005 07:50 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Barbara     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Dear Patrick, Thank you so much for your reply. For what it's worth the crossed swords may mean Wilkinson or Sheffield. The W.T may be William Trayl and the numbers may be 187 and another mark. As I said in my query, I cannot seem to put all of this together. I am not knowledgeable, only what I can search on the web. It seemed that these marks could be easily identified, but I guess that is not the case.

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