92.5% is the standard for Sterling silver, & jewellery made of that silver alloy is stamped either 925 or STERLING. In the UK, there will be a lion passant hallmark (meaning 'sterling silver') a date letter, and a hallmark indicating in which city the piece of jewellery etc. was stamped with those hallmarks.
You are going to die if you continue to wear this piece of jewelry. 925 is the silver content, sterling silver.
The number 925 indicates that the piece of jewelry is made out of sterling silver.The letters could be the initials of the designer.
The 925 is an indication of sterling silver, not gold.
If a piece of jewelry is stamped with OTC 925, the OTC stamp is the name of the company that made the jewelry, OTC International. 925 is a common stamp on all sterling silver.
the number stamp of 925 on a piece of jewelery means 92 1/2 parts of sterling silver,so the number 925 on jewelry means sterling.
Q: What is 925 GNC What does it mean on jewelry? Write your answer...
what is that 925 nan
925 marked on the inside of a piece of jewelry means that it is 92.5 percent silver. The tcl is most likely the designer initials who designed that specific piece of jewelry.
925 signifies that the piece is not gold but in fact sterling silver.
PAJ on a piece of jewelry indicates that the jewelry was manufactured by Prime Art and Jewel, Inc. The .925 indicates that it is made of silver. Source: I work for this manufacturer.
925 usually means the piece is sterling silver. I don't know what the mc would stand for.
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