What Does 925 Silver Mean On Jewelry?
925 Silver is an alloy made of 92.5% pure silver and 7.5% of other metals usually, copper. It is also known as Sterling Silver. The reason why sterling silver requires adding another metal is that naturally, fine silver is too soft to be used in jewelry crafting. Adding other additives to the silver increases the hardness, making it more suitable and durable for use in fine jewelry and silverware.
Due to its composition, sterling silver (AKA 925) is genuine silver, and it differs from silver-plated metal. Silver-plated items are composed of another kind of material like copper, nickel, brass, or pewter coating with a skinny layer of silver.
Does 925 Sterling Silver Tarnish?
Yes, It will naturally tarnish over time as exposed to oxygen and the oils on our skin or sweat. But the good news is that you can easily make it look like new with a homemade cleaner.
Long-Lasting Sterling Jewelry!
At Stmly, we made it better for you. We plated our silver jewelry with three layers of Platinum to ensure stable and longer shining. These layers will protect your silver jewelry for years, especially if you daily caring for them.