Purity of Silver: Fine Silver (999) is used in silver bullion bars and is 99.9% silver. Because pure silver, also known as fine silver, is relatively soft, pliable, and readily damaged, it is frequently mixed with other metals to make a more robust and long-lasting product. The percentage of silver in sterling silver is 92.5 per cent (925). This is designated as 925 on silver items. 92.5 per cent of the weight of a sterling silver piece is silver, and 7.5 per cent is another alloy, generally copper.
Gift Silver: Silver may be worn in a variety of modern designs for both business and everyday use. It keeps the body cool, allowing you to wear it for longer periods of time. Silver is widely used in jewellery, coins, cutlery, cosmetics, and other items. These might be appropriate gifts for a variety of occasions.
Care for Silver: Store your silver jewellery in a cotton pouch or a separate compartment in your jewellery box to avoid scratches and other damage. Tarnish may be removed using silver polish.
If you want to clean your silver jewellery at home, you may do it using a silver cleaning dip, which you can make as follows:
- Line a glass container with tin foil and fill it with boiling water, salt, and baking soda.
- Submerge your silver items in the solution for roughly five minutes.
- Rinse your jewellery with water and dry it with a soft towel once the tarnish has faded.
Fun fact about Silver:
- The chemical symbol for silver, Ag, comes from the Latin word for silver, Argentum, which in turn derives from the Sanskrit word argunas, which means shining.
- Being a reflective element, it can be useful in mirrors, telescopes, microscopes and solar cells.
- The words for ‘silver’ and ‘money are the same in fourteen languages or more.
- Silver was one of the first five elements discovered, along with gold, copper, lead and iron.
- 999 Purity Silver Coin
- Uniquely Crafted Design
- Beautifully Packed
- Perfect Gift Item
- Certificate of Purity