Sterling Silver

Sterling silver is an alloy of silver containing 92.5% by weight of silver and 7.5% by weight of other metals, usually copper. The sterling silver standard has a minimum millesimal fineness of 925.

sterling silver is used in every type of jewelry imaginable to create looks that can be both timeless and trendy. 

Modern jewelry designers are flocking to this noble metal because it's the perfect combination of malleability, beauty, and durability. 

Sterling silver jewelry is appropriate no matter what the occasion may be.  Silver adds a classy touch to any look. Its versatility even extends to how it looks with other metals.

Maybe you want to add sterling silver to a jewelry collection that already has a lot of white gold or platinum pieces. You don't have to worry that your new jewelry won't match your outfits like the old collection did. 

In fact, you can even wear sterling silver jewelry with a white gold or platinum piece and still create a look that is put together. The colors are close enough that you won't look like you're mixing up jewelry. Instead, you'll create a new image that is uniquely you. 

sterling silver jewelry doesn't contain metal additions that can cause an allergic reaction. People who are allergic to metals such as nickel and or brass can wear sterling silver jewelry without much worry. This is especially important for accessories like earrings -- you can wear them without fear that a piercing will get infected. 

The metal addition to sterling silver is usually copper, which isn't as likely to cause an allergic reaction. 

Don your silver with confidence knowing that you won't face any consequences later.