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Is all your silver jewelry 925 sterling silver?Yes. All of our Silver Jewelry items are made from a minimum of 92.5% pure Silver alloyed with other metals to make the desired 925 Sterling Silver. We are not using base metal with some silver plating. All our items are genuine 925 Sterling silver.
What is E-coating?
E-coating, also known as electro-coating or electro deposition, is a method that uses electrical current to coat the metal surface with an organic lacquer, covering every nook and cranny on the jewelry with an even and consistent protective coat. This coating protects the sterling silver from tarnishing for an extended period. E-coated jewelry has a warmer tone than rhodium plated silver and let the natural beauty of the sterling silver come through.
What is the difference between Crystal and Cubic Zirconia(CZ)?
Crystal is a transparent material which get its color through a colored foil stuck to the bottom of the stone. If you have a crystal without foil, the color will be like regular glass. For jewelry purposes most of the crystals are glued on the silver or steel part. Cubic Zirconia also called “synthetic Diamond” is a material created through a chemical process to give this stone a true color, great shininess and a solid structure. CZ stones are not glued but set from hand.
How can I care about my silver jewelry?
The biggest enemy of silver jewelry are chemical products. Taking care of your silver basically means avoiding any exposure of your silver to household chemicals when cleaning with bleach or ammonia for example, or going to pool in chlorinated water. These substances might damage your silver.
How to clean my silver jewelry?
This will surprise you but the best way to maintain your silver jewelry in good shape is by wearing it often. Notwithstanding that humidity and the fact of storing the silver can lead to tarnishing the piece, this is called oxidation. The consequence of it is a darkish black color that will appear on the surface of your jewelry. Lucky for us, tarnish can be easily removed as long as it’s treated when the first marks of oxidation become visible