Gentlemen, good morning to all. I am new to this forum. I have a smallish ladle in my possession, the hallmark and maker’s mark of which I have been unable to trace down.
The hallmark is a vertically positioned four-leaf clover. The left and right leaves contain the numbers 18 and 58 respectively. I think this should be the date of production.
The upper leaf has the number 13. The fourth leaf contains the letter K.
In the middle there is a vertically positioned oval “shield”, of which only the right half has some visible but unidentifiable details; the left half of it is smooth.
The assayer’s mark is K and F, with a full stop after the F only.
I kindly ask you to save the attached image and zoom in on the marks.
PS: I am from Hungary. I suppose the ladle comes from the wider region, but it is definitely not Austrian nor Hungarian.