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Jewellery Quarter Research Group.

Maria Magenta

master brummie
Not sure if I'm putting this in the right section. My husband has inheried a napkin ring from a reltive who lived in Switzerland. He found that the hallmark suggests the Birmingham Assay Office, 1902 and the maker’s mark C.H looks as if it belongs to Charles Harrold & Co of 2 and 3, St Paul’s Square, Birmingham. That address is now a live music venue called The Jam House.
 

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