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C.C. Hermann hallmark?

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DiamondDog




Joined: 13 Jan 2008
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Location: Weesp / Holland

Posted: 27/05/2013 
Post subject: C.C. Hermann hallmark?
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Hello there,

I allways use your site as an valuable information source and it helped me many times but now i am a bit puzled about a hallmark i encountered.

The mark is on a tazza/footed bowl (i dont have any pics yet). Land of origin is denmark and fully marked for that. The makersmark is "cch" pressed in a rectangular box. I looked it up and it would be c.c. Hermann but all i can find on the net are photo's with hallmarks "cchermann" so the name spelled fully.

Do you know if Hermann made items marked "CCH" in his lifetime or that it is from a diferent silversmith?

The tazza resembles tazza's made by Georg Jensen but with a slite difrence.

Hope you can help me,

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llycke




Joined: 04 Apr 2014
Posts: 2

Posted: 06/02/2016 
Post subject: re: C.C. Hermann hallmark?
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Even it is a old post, i make a reply,

I havnt seen CCH in a box.

Here is the markings from one of mine CCH pieces.

So not always full name.

Questions about scandinavian silver, just ask. Maybe i know.

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