Sterling Silver Pictures**

The following will give you an idea of the types of weighted sterling pieces, the construction of weighted pieces, sample sterling marks, plus a variety of other sterling items you may find. Not all marks are on the bottom of the item. You may find items marked along the edges, on bales, or on the inside.

Miscellaneous sterling pieces
Assorted sterling items-box with inlay, souvenir hat, hand mirror and match box.
More miscellaneous sterling pieces
Assorted sterling pieces including salt shaker tops, thimble and jewelry.
Sterling flatware - solid
Assorted flatware - solid sterling.
Sterling handles - filled
Assorted sterling handled items (handles are filled).
Assortment of weighted sterling items
Miscellaneous assortment of weighted sterling items.
Weighted candlestick bottom exposed
Weighted candlestick with bottom filler exposed.
Weighted sterling dish - top removed
Weighted sterling nut dish with top cover of sterling removed to reveal Plaster of Paris filler.
Weighted sterling silver salt shaker
Weighted sterling shaker with sterling bottom removed.
Weighted sterling silver sugar
Weighted sterling pedestal sugar with bottom removed to show filler.
Sterling markSterling mark lion figure
Two sterling marks; lion figure is English.
Mark on bottom of weighted piece
Marks on bottom of piece to show how 'weighted' is shown.
Sterling mark
Typical sterling mark.
Sterling mark on flatware
Typical sterling mark.

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