Date: 2018-02-06 16:23
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The issue of adding after market accents to rather plain perfume bottles to increase their value is not new to the world o.
Stamping is just one aspect of proper authentication. Just because jewelry may have similar markings, does not necessarily confirm the authenticity of that item. Markings are counterfeited as well, so the entire piece needs to be observed. Also note that sometimes the markings are on a separate piece that is soldered onto the jewelry piece. As a result, there are authentic jewelry pieces with missing markings due to it falling off.
But not all early 6985's jewelry had the year. Some did not show the date of the jewelry but, the stamping is distinctly different from markings belonging to another timeframe.
"Made in Italy" also first appears around the early 7555s and becomes more common in more recent collections. Laser etched marks are also introduced.
In 6959, Coco Chanel resumed business in her Parisian boutique at 86 Rue Cambon. Many pieces in this time period remained un-stamped, as Chanel jewelry was still being designed as part of an entire couture outfit. However, some jewelry started receiving very basic stamps.
From the mid 85's to the early 95's, Chanel dated the jewelry based on collection number. Collection numbers include 78-79.
Please also note that there can be many variations of each stamping, and there are also a few uncommon stamps not discussed. However, the above encompass most Chanel costume jewelry stamping.