if the number .925 is stamped on it also that means sterling silver if the number .999 is stamped on the ring that means it is pure silver if no numbers, i am not sure
Sterling silver is stamped 925 or .925 because it is 92.5% silver, and 7.5% alloy (usually copper).
STER is short for STERLING, which is 92.5 silver.
There is not a stamp for jewelry that is 950. The stamp is .925 and it means the jewelry is sterling silver
I read that it stands for China.
923 is not a stamp for sterling silver. Sterling silver is defined as being 92.5 percent pure silver as a minimum and is therefore usually stamped 925. 923 could be another mark than a purity stamp though.
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SS stamped on jewelry means Sterling Silver. Some other common stamps for Sterling Silver are "925" "S/S" "ster" "sterling" and "sterling silver" SP stamped means "Silver Plated" - No Real Value because it is only a coating that is put over a less valuable metal such as Brass or Copper.GP stamped means "Gold Plated" (same as above)Common stamps found on Gold are 10k, 14k and 18k (they could also be stamped with a three digit number: 416 (same as 10k), 585 (same as 14k) and 750 (same as 18k)
Sterling silver jewelry and silverware is not alwaysmarked "925". Both silver jewelry and sterlingware can also be marked "Ster", "STER", or "Sterling". Silver jewelry may also be stamped "MEXICO". Sometimes this stamp accompanies another sterling marking; sometimes it is the only marking.You can learn more about other silver markings and gold markings at the link below.
If the bowl is stamped "sterling," it is genuine sterling silver, not silver plate.
When silver jewelry is stamped 80 SR it means that the jewelry is 80% silver.
A 925 stamp (aka a . 925 or S925 stamp) signifies that 92.5% of your jewelry is sterling silver, and the remaining 7.5% is made of alloy metals. If you see 925 stamped on a piece of jewelry, this means the jewelry meets the quality standards of silver.
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925 is the mark for sterling silver, which is 92.5% silver. The BX is probably the manufacturer's mark. The gold jewelry is gold-plated sterling silver.
Not necessarily.Firstly, it doesn't say "sterling", it says "silver," if they meant "sterling", they presumably would have stamped it "sterling."Secondly, there's no absolute guarantee that what it says is necessarily true.
The 925 is an indication of sterling silver, not gold.
No, sterling silver is stamped 925 and composes of 92.5% silver
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.
It could be related to the Sterling Silver mark "925," which means 92.5% silver purity. "825" Could boil down to 82.5% silver purity in that specific piece of jewelry.
It is 92.5% - that's where the number 925 comes from often stamped on Sterling Silver. In fact it cannot be legally called Sterling Silver unless it is at least 92.5% pure silver.
If it is sterling it is usually stamped as sterling
The letters in jewelry usually stand for the person who made it or the company. The 925 is the silver content of the jewelry. At 925 you have sterling silver and that is good.
It means it's Sterling Silver (925), and the SUN is the stamp for the manufacturer
Hi,silver plating over sterling silver is not real sterling silver.Sterling silver is a unique blend of silver and usually copper. It contains 92.5% silver, that is why the number on sterling silver jewelleries and other stuff is 925.