At your convenience, please send a clear, in-focus image of the necklace, bowl piece and clasp (if any) and the close-up of the mark.
Yes, thank you - however I would need a very clear, in-focus image of the marks as I am not able to read them in this photo here.
Yes, it is a better photo thank you - however I am still not able to read the marks clearly in the image. If you hold the camera a little further away so that the photo is in clear focus, I may be able to zoom in and see the hallmark clearly so as to properly assess what you have.
Great! Anytime is fine. ~Nora
By chance does the word on the hallmark say: Hroar Prydz
Ok, I will wait for the new image at your convenience. ~Nora
This may be a Scandinavian 800 silver hallmark. Usually a bowl on the end of a necklace is a 'tastevin' or French wine tasting cup. This could be a form of a tastevin. Value of this would be in the range of $75 - $125 on today's market.
The closest match I can make to the drawing of the hallmark is that this is Scandivanian. It really needs to be inspected in person or a very clear, in-focus close-up image of the actual mark sent here to make the best assessment possible.
Yes, I am familiar with that mark, however the mark you have drawn and Albert Beauforts maker stamp are not a match.
You can try emailing your images to *****@******.*** and write “For Nora/Antiques” in the subject line of the email.
Photos sent by email do not arrive to me directly nor instantly, they get forwarded to me by admin.
I will certainly let you know when the image arrives to my email.
You are welcome
I have not yet seen an image of the hallmark to be able to determine such, nor has an image arrived to my email of it. I can opt-out here if you like and open your question again to all the experts; though it has been viewed by most already.
Please let me know how you would like to proceed.