In the world of jewelry making, the choice of metal can greatly affect the quality, durability, and appearance of the final product. When it comes to silver, not all silver is created equal. While pure silver, also known as fine silver, has a high level of malleability and ductility, it also has a tendency to tarnish and is not as strong as other alloys. That’s why at our jewelry shop, we choose to use S925 silver instead of pure silver.
S925 silver, also known as sterling silver, is an alloy made up of 92.5% silver and 7.5% other metals, usually copper. The addition of these other metals increases the strength and durability of the silver, making it less susceptible to tarnishing and more resistant to damage. This makes S925 a popular choice for jewelry making because it allows for intricate designs and details while also ensuring the longevity of the piece.
In addition, S925 silver has a higher level of purity than other alloys and is often considered a premium metal. The presence of other metals in S925 silver does not detract from its beauty or value, but instead adds to its overall quality and appeal.
In conclusion, by using S925 silver in our jewelry making, we are able to create beautiful and long-lasting pieces that meet the highest standards of quality and durability. We believe that our customers deserve the best and that’s why we choose S925 silver for all of our jewelry creations.