Sterling Silver

Why is pure silver widely used?

Silver is a very ductile and malleable metal with a more brilliant metallic than gold but its output is more than that of gold, so the price is more affordable. Silver is usually combined with other metals to improve its hardness and durability. The most popular alloy consists of 92.5% silver and 7.5% copper, which is called "Sterling", "S925" or "Ag925".

Elegant and fashionable silver jewellery comes in a variety of styles suitable for different groups of people. Apart from jewellery, silver is also used to make coins, silverwares and decorative articles.