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925 doesn’t mean it’s Sterling Silver

925 doesn’t mean it’s Sterling Silver
Although loads of people think a piece must be Sterling Silver if it’s got that 925 stamp on it, in reality it doesn’t prove a thing. Many pieces of Sterling Silver will have a 925 stamp (as 925 is indeed the sign for Sterling Silver - so it has a purity of 92.5% silver and 7.5% of the alloy is made of copper or another metal. This is because pure silver would be too soft for many pieces of jewellery). But here’s the thing: anyone can buy a 925 stamp and legally sell jewellery with it on, even if it’s NOT real silver.