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1. What is 925 Sterling Silver and why it is called Sterling Silver?

Pure silver, also called fine silver, is relatively soft, very malleable, and easily damaged so it is commonly combined with other metals to produce a more durable product. The most popular of these alloys is sterling silver, which consists of 92.5 percent silver and 7.5 percent copper. The term "Sterling Silver", in reference to the 925 grade of silver and it is the superior form of silver used for making jewelry and it is 92.5% pure silver and 7.5% other metal (copper ) which helps to stabilize and strengthen the metal.

2. What Alloys we mix in Silver?

We mix Alloy H-330 to produce Sterling Silver to strengthen and stabilize the jewelry.

3. Why the color of silver is Black?

The nature of silver is black, as it is found in the form of nuggets combined with sulpur, arsenic, antimony, or chlorine and in various ores such as argentite, chlorargyrite, and galena. Pure silver extracted our through the process of electrolysis which is 99.9% pure silver. Because of the presence of oxides and sulfur silver is black in color.

4. How long our rhodium Last, what can be done after?

Our rhodium can last for year and more or it depends on the way you carry. AS you know when silver comes in contact with air and acids then it starts tarnish. Ring: Rhodium last for 6 month. Earrings: Rhodium last for 1 Year. Pendants: Rhodium last for 1 Year Bangles & Bracelets: Rhodium last for 1 Year Necklace: Rhodium last for 6 month. *Team and conditions

5. How to take care of our Product, like exposing to water and keeping out in humidity will affect rhodium color?

With proper care, your fine quality silver will last a lifetime. To minimize scratches and other damage, store your silver jewelry items either in a cloth pouch or in a separate compartment in your jewelry box. Avoid exposing your silver to household chemicals when cleaning with bleach or ammonia, or when swimming in chlorinated water, as these chemicals can damage silver and rhodium.

How to clean Silver Jewelry?

Care should also be taken to prevent silver tarnish build-up, a dulling that naturally occurs when silver reacts with sulfur or hydrogen sulfide in the ambient air. To clean your silver, use polishes formulated specifically to remove tarnish. You can find fine silver polishes, solutions, or cloths appropriate to remove tarnish at most hardware stores or specialty craft stores. Tarnish is most easily removed when it first becomes visible. Although wearing your silver jewelry often is the best way to prevent tarnish from building up, regular cleanings of all your silver items will prevent tarnish and keep your silver bright and sparkling. Look for the fineness mark and the maker's mark on the underside of the silver item you are considering to ensure the quality.