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What is 925 stamp?

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Buying sterling silver pendant or a sterling silver necklace, is an long time investment. It’s highly collectible, holds its value, lasts a lifetime, and gets more beautiful with frequent use as it develops its patina.

With silver consumer, 925 silver and sterling silver must be the familiar phrases for you. But do you know what 925 stands for? Why not using 100% pure silver to create the jewelry?

925 stamp – also call sterling silver is an alloy of silver containing 92.5% by weight of silver and 7.5% by weight of other metals. Fine silver, for example 99.9% pure silver, is relatively soft, so silver need to be alloyed with other metal like copper to increase its hardness and strength.

The price that you paid for your jewelry is a good indicator as to whether it’s real sterling silver or not. 925 silver is much more expensive than alternatives. If the price you’re paying for seems too good to be true, then it’s likely that you’re not purchasing real 925 sterling silver jewelry.

To affirm the value and the beauty of products, Miranda’s has set up a list of strict criteria, including this 925 figure. Moreover, the proportion of silver in Miranda’s products mostly reaches to 93.5 to 94%. Miranda’s jewelries not only meet the standard, but also possess more silver ratio. The more you use the products, the shinier they will become.

Bring home a piece of jewelry from Miranda’s, you will truly feel the value of it.

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