Eichenlaub mit Schwertern und Brillanten, Need Help
I have a Eichenlaub mit Schwertern und Brillanten
The manufacturer is small company, the piece is the back stamped with 935 for silver, and the manufacturer Company Klein.
I think it is a so-called second piece which were so worn. Made years before 1945 I think.
I would like your opinions on this piece
08-29-2014 08:25 PM
It is a fake only. Compare to the genuine one to E. Hartmann. Note the vein's thickness especially.
It is unfair to judge a piece from photos.
However, after you see or handle a genuine piece, then whenever a picture is posted, sometime you can just tell.
We have a classification system of "Diamond to KC" fake. This one shown by dagger63 is in the file called" B Type( Belly Dancer) fake".
Hi Chen, you seem quite versed in these high-end awards, can i ask who is the 'we' to which you refer?
Sorry I can not reveal too much. Hope you understand.
Go back to the fake to Diamond to KC, this "Belly Dancer" fake even has the Goldern version.
I'm afraid I don't accept that. All I can see is a new member with a claim of knowledge that they cannot (and will not) divulge the source of. Until some credibility is established I have no way of knowing you are not some bored housewife from Albuquerque or a schoolboy from Brixton. Perhaps you are an author working on a related work? Perhaps you are a collector/dealer attempting to harpoon another's example? How can I (or the forum for that matter) take your word as gospel?
The one from Moelders, when it was sold.
I hope it was original...
Perhaps our friend Chen has an opinion on this piece?