So, you've got a great sounding vintage Zildjian K ride cymbal but you have no idea when it was made: how do you date your vintage Zildjian cymbal? A. ZILDJIAN CYMBAL STAMP CHRONOLOGY DATE TIMELINE. All Avedis Zildjian cymbals have their name stamped in its bronze. But, we have 2 problems . 1. Avedis Zildjian I the first was an Armenian alchemist in the city of Constantinople in the early seventeenth century.
Avedis Zildjian info by year annotated with information and links: Avedis Zildjian begins in Norfolk Downs, Mass. What you do is go to the Year by Year Timeline and click on the link to the picture Many people seem to think that Avedis Zildjian didn't put ink on their cymbals. Dating cymbals is notoriously difficult.
A Vintage Zildjian Cymbal is for sale but all you have to go on is an ebay ad or maybe you want to auction one of your own cymbals and you have a bunch of questions. Avedis Zildjian info by year annotated with information and links: Swish Cymbals (specific stamp) patent applied for Feb 7, granted US Forums New posts Search forums.
A gallery of the Avedis Trademark and Ink Logo eras Scroll down through this gallery and you move through the production eras of Avedis Zildjian cymbals from the beginning to the current day. The first part of this time is mostly about changes in the trademark stamps, but once you get past you will see more about the ink logos and how they changed over time. You now have a time machine at your fingertips.
The old Zildjian cymbal foundry was in Constantinople, dating back to the 17th The Avedis Zildjian company started making K Zildjian cymbals in a factory in.
So, you've got a great sounding vintage Zildjian K ride cymbal but you been putting his research on his Avedis Zildjian Timeline since
How To Date a vintage Zildjians using the maker's stamps - Each To date your cymbal using the stamp go to in the article on Zildjian Stamps stems back to Avedis I in however there have been definite changes in the.
Dating A Zildjian Cymbals - posted in Cymbal Talk: I spoke with a cymbals. The rest is pretty much well know as the Avedis Zildjian Company.