Hallmarking (International Convention) (Amendment) Order 2011

Guidance for manufacturers and retailers of articles of precious metal, including palladium, that need to comply with hallmarking law.


Guidance for business on the Hallmarking (International Convention) (Amendment) Order 2011

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This guidance should be read primarily by businesses engaged in the manufacture, sale (retail) or hallmarking of precious metal articles. It now includes palladium in the list of precious metals that may be affixed with the Hallmarking Convention’s Common Control Mark (CCM) in paragraph 3 and specifies the permitted finenesses for palladium.

Published 20 February 2014