Sterling silver toothpick, is it stamped 925

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Hallo,
Ja die Klinge oder Spitze ist mit “925” gestempelt und das ganze Element ist aus Sterlingsilber.
Die zusätzlichen Bilder, die auf Amazon erscheinen, zeigen die Stempelmarke, aber es ist sehr sehr klein.

Wenn wir weiter helfen können, dann lass es uns wissen
Mit freundlichen Grüßen Simon

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Hello,
yes the blade or tip is stamped with “925” and the whole item is sterling silver.
The extra pictures that appear on Amazon show the stamp mark but it is very very small.

If we can help any further then please let us know
Kind regards Simon

https://www.amazon.co.uk/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=CE5045+maldon+jewellery&rh=i%3Aaps%2Ck%3ACE5045+maldon+jewellery&tag=maldonjewellerydotnet-21

On 13/07/2017 14:47, sXXXXXXXn  wrote:
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Hallo,
der Zahnstocher, 925 Sterlingsilber 1 x Zahn Anhänger Charm Schlüsselanhänger Plektrum CE5045,
Ist die Spitze aus Silber ?
Grüsse


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Coffee Bean sterling silver charm on 9mm clip. Is it hallmarked ?

Hello,
thankyou for the question and it is no bother at all.
Sadly a no on all fronts.
The charm is not hallmarked and not stamped.
I shall put our FAQ on hallmarking below.
3mm is pretty big so unfortunately no, the clip will not open that wide.
Most people find that the charm will fit a standard Thomas Sabo bracelet as the clip is a 9mm, which is the length of clip.

I hope the above makes some sense but if we can help futher then please let us know
Kind regards Simon

The charm is available on ebay under the following link

https://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/merchant/maldon-jewellery?_nkw=BJ2262–09LS&_sacat=&_ex_kw=&_mPrRngCbx=1&_udlo=&_udhi=&_sop=12&clk_rvr_id=1065992032239&rmvSB=true

on Amazon

https://www.amazon.co.uk/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=BJ2262–09LS+maldon+jewellery&rh=i%3Aaps%2Ck%3ABJ2262–09LS+maldon+jewellery&tag=maldonjewellerydotnet-21

or on our website

https://www.maldonjewellery.net/drink/216-coffee-bean-sterling-silver-charm-on-9mm-clip-925×1-drinks-charms-bj2262-09ls.html

********** FAQ START HALLMARKING ************************
** Please note the below is based on UK (English) Law and may not be the same in your own country **
Hallmarking – Learn More About the Law – https://theassayoffice.co.uk/uploads/files/Assay_Office_Birmingham_Dealer_Notice_2015.pdf
http://reviews.ebay.co.uk/Practical-Guide-to-Hallmarking?ugid=10000000008098702
Some items are exempt from hallmarking.
To learn more about HALLMARKING visit www.theassayoffice.co.uk as a start.
If an item is under these weights they DONT have to be hallmarked.

1 gram for gold, 0.5 grams for platinum and 7.78 grams for silver.
The manufacturers dont tend to unless they have to as it costs extra money and takes extra time.

Although the items maybe exempt from hallmarking they still have to be as described otherwise this breaks the trades description act and the UK law
Eg you cannot describe an item as 9 carat gold when it is actually gold plated or you cant describe an item as sterling silver when it is 800 standard silver.

All the suppliers we deal with are very particular about hallmarking when needed, as they dont want to be breaking the law.  Mistakes do sometimes happen but due to the legal implications this is VERY rare.

The item still has to be as described.
If an item is described as Silver it has to be at least 800 parts of pure silver per 1000 parts
If an item is described as Sterling Silver it has to be at least 925 parts of pure silver per 1000 parts
If an item is described as Britannia Silver it has to be at least 958 parts of pure silver per 1000 parts
There is also an extra mark 999 which is for 999 parts of pure silver per 1000 parts

There are other exemptions but this can be very complex. For more information about English hallmarks you can start with the Birmingham assay office www.theassayoffice.co.uk
Hallmarking – Learn More About the Law – http://www.theassayoffice.co.uk/images/pdfs/Hallmark%20guidance%20Notes%20FINAL.pdf
http://reviews.ebay.co.uk/Practical-Guide-to-Hallmarking?ugid=10000000008098702
********** FAQ END HALLMARKING ************************

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Hi there.

Is the charm hallmarked? And will the clip attach to a 3mm wide bracelet? (There is a stopper at each end just over 4mm wide)

It isn’t obvious from the photos so I am sorry to bother you

Kind regards
Claire


Safety Pin Small sterling silver .925 x 1 Opening Safetypin Nappy Pins WSSM25

Customer question “Hiya, could you please show me a photo of the hallmark? Many thanks”

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/201221168108

 

*** Reply ****
Hello,
sorry for the delay replying.
These safety pins, like the majority of our stock, is not hallmarked.
It is, like the majority of our stock, sterling silver and complies with ALL UK laws on hallmarking.
As it and most items are under 7.78 grams there is no legal requirement to hallmark.
I shall put our FAQ on hallmarking below but as you may be aware the “925” stamp you will see on a large amount of items is not a hallmark despite what some will tell you.
Just going back to the safety pins, I just checked a few and some have a 925 stamp on the pin near the sharp bit but I think they have started doing this relatively recently.
Some have it and some don’t.
If you did want one with a 925 stamp then please add a note at checkout and I can make sure one is chosen.
I hope the above helps but if we can help further then please let us know
Kind regards Simon

********** FAQ START HALLMARKING ************************
** Please note the below is based on UK (English) Law and may not be the same in your own country **
Hallmarking – Learn More About the Law – http://www.theassayoffice.co.uk/images/pdfs/Hallmark%20guidance%20Notes%20FINAL.pdf
http://reviews.ebay.co.uk/Practical-Guide-to-Hallmarking?ugid=10000000008098702
Some items are exempt from hallmarking.
To learn more about HALLMARKING visit www.theassayoffice.co.uk as a start.
If an item is under these weights they DONT have to be hallmarked.

1 gram for gold, 0.5 grams for platinum and 7.78 grams for silver.
The manufacturers dont tend to unless they have to as it costs extra money and takes extra time.

Although the items maybe exempt from hallmarking they still have to be as described otherwise this breaks the trades description act and the UK law
Eg you cannot describe an item as 9 carat gold when it is actually gold plated or you cant describe an item as sterling silver when it is 800 standard silver.

All the suppliers we deal with are very particular about hallmarking when needed, as they dont want to be breaking the law. Mistakes do sometimes happen but due to the legal implications this is VERY rare.

The item still has to be as described.
If an item is described as Silver it has to be at least 800 parts of pure silver per 1000 parts
If an item is described as Sterling Silver it has to be at least 925 parts of pure silver per 1000 parts
If an item is described as Britannia Silver it has to be at least 958 parts of pure silver per 1000 parts
There is also an extra mark 999 which is for 999 parts of pure silver per 1000 parts

There are other exemptions but this can be very complex. For more information about English hallmarks you can start with the Birmingham assay office www.theassayoffice.co.uk
Hallmarking – Learn More About the Law – http://www.theassayoffice.co.uk/images/pdfs/Hallmark%20guidance%20Notes%20FINAL.pdf
http://reviews.ebay.co.uk/Practical-Guide-to-Hallmarking?ugid=10000000008098702
********** FAQ END HALLMARKING ************************