The difference between 925 sterling silver, Thai silver, and Tibetan silver
925 sterling silver
100% pure silver is relatively soft and easy to bend. So silver is usually alloyed with copper to increase its hardness and strength.
925 sterling silver is the international standard silver which is an alloy of silver containing 92.5% by weight of silver and 7.5% by weight of copper.
925 sterling silver is the best material to make jewelry.
Nowadays, 925 sterling silver jewelry take 50% parts of the world’s jewelry markets.
Thai silver is made of international standard 925 sterling silver which is through antiqued finish process.
People usually call it black silver.
As a result of a special anti-old treatment, black silver jewelry shows in unique vintage color.
Thai silver jewelry is very popular in the international market and chased by the young people.
It always leads fashion trends.
The traditional Tibetan silver contains 30% silver with 70% copper since the silver content is too low, now this kind of jewelry become less popular in the market.
All Jewellery in our brand is made of 925 sterling silver.
Some of our products are made through antiqued finish process to display in an old look which is usually called Thai Silver or Black Silver.
The maintenance of your Silver Jewellery
Once you have purchased a lovely new silver jewelry, figure out the proper way to store it will ensure your jewelry lasts for generations.
Now here are some simple tips for you to store your silver jewelry and maintain it in good quality for many years.
Wipe your silver jewelry with a polishing cloth. Use a gentle silver polishing cloth wipe on the tarnished part of the jewelry to make it bright.
Wrap your silver jewelry and put it into the jewelry box, store it separately so it doesn’t scratch other jewelry.
Store the jewelry box in the dark, dry location.
If you order our products, free jewelry box, sealed bag, and polishing cloth are also included in the order.
Do’s and Don’ts
DO store the silver jewelry in a sealed bag to avoid it exposed to air.
DO clean silver jewelry using a jewelry cleaner designed for silver use to maintain its beauty and sparkle.
DO store your silver jewelry in a cool, dry place.
DON’T wear rings when doing housework, exercise, or gardening.
DON’T put your jewelry on when washing your hands and applying any makeup or hairspray.
DON’T wear jewelry while swimming in a swimming pool. The chlorine can cause damage to the surface material.
DON’T use toothpaste to clean your silver jewelry. The abrasives may damage its surface.
As a rule, try to protect all of your jewellery from scratches, sharp blows, harsh chemicals, extreme temperatures and sunlight.
Treat each piece of fine jewelry with respect and you will enjoy it forever.
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