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Why 925 Silver?

Silversmithing is an ancient art that, like crafting gold, dates back to the Egyptian empires. Throughout history, silver has been valued for its luster and utility, and was particularly prized by native people in Mexico, Peru, and the American West. 

Like gold, silver is so soft it often needs to be alloyed, usually with copper. Sterling silver is 92.5% silver and 7.5% copper.

Materials used on these rings are able to retain colour over time, even after countless uses. That, in our opinion, makes a piece of jewellery collectable, and worth investing in.


Some information about the materials we use: 

925 Sterling Silver

  • General bright and shiny look 
  • A hard metal that will stand the test of time
  • It can be easily filed and polished by jewelers to repair any surface damage that may occur during normal wear
  • Much more affordable than other precious metals such as gold or platinum 
  • No issues when coming into contact with water
  • Oxidises over a period of time but is easy to maintain through regular cleaning and polishing.
  • Interchangeable and easy to match alongside with other white gold or platinum jewelry

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