Help identifying sugar spoon mark

I was given my grandmother‘s silverware. This piece does not match the pattern of the others. I remember as a child that my grandmother told me that this sugar spoon was very old. I have tried looking up the mark that I found on the inside of the sugar scoop bucket, But have been unsuccessful so far. I cannot read all of the markings, but I hope someone can please help me!

This is an Italian mark - 800 standard silver. Somehow you seem to have inverted/mirrored your image. When corrected I can see that after the star it has either 575 FI or 675 FI. Italian marks have 3 numerals to identify the silversmith and then 2 letters to identify the province. FI is Firenze (Florence to English speakers). If the number is 575 then the maker is Luciano Bindi, worker in precious metals of the town of Greve in Chianti. If it’s 675 then I cannot identify the maker.


Thank you so much for your reply! I honestly can’t tell if the Mark Is 575 or 675. Do you know where I can find more information about Luciano Bindi? I have fixed the image so the mark is not reversed anymore in this new attachment!

I got the information here by searching for 575 FI. That’s all I could find.

Thank you for your help!