it is zinc plated in silver
Mine is Silver Plated.
By the color, obviously. NIckel plated flutes are slightly golden and well, silver plated, they have silver color.
Sterling is solid silver and plated is silver covered on usually copper
Sheridan silver is copper plated with silver.
If you have the money to exchange the gold for silver...
Yes silver plated cables are actually recommended more over the gold plated ones. A lot of people say that the gold plated ones are a waste of money since you can get the same result or better from the silver plated.
First of all, theres no such thing as "silver plated sterling". Sterling is 92.5% silver, anything plated is just plated. If the item is solid sterling silver, its metal value depends on the current price of silver - but it may be worth more as a collectible. If it's plated base metal it has very little value.
Tibetan silver is plated rather than made of sterling silver. Cast iron or copper is used to make Tibetan silver. Then it is plated with sterling silver or any other material that looks like sterling silver.
Gold plated over silver means that the ring is made of silver with a thin layer of gold plated to it. It is not solid gold but solid silver with gold on it.
silver plated jewelry chains defenetally! im the best hahah , no im serious.
its silver plated...unless it says sterling on it. this company was known for making silver plated sets.
1847 rogers brothers were known for making silver plated silverware.
18kgp is 18 carat gold plated so it is not gold inside just plated in gold which will wear off with time and sterling silver is silver all through it not plated.
Neither. There's no silver in it and it's not silver plated; it's very nearly pure nickel.
It stands for silver plated which means that the piece of jewelry is covered in a thin layer of silver.
yes u can
Generally, pure silver is much heavier than a silver plated object. Pure silver objects such as spoons will also have a stamp somewhere on it that will say "925" or "925/1000." This shows you that the spoon has a silver content of 92.5 percent. Silver plated objects will not have this stamp.
Platinum plated sterling silver is sterling silver, but it has a thin coating of platinum over the top. Platinum does not tarnish and the piece will keep the silver look.
Way too expensive. Refineries won't take silver plated scrap because the process of reclaiming the silver is cost-prohibitive.
If it appears to be silver silver, it was plated outside the US mint. The U.S. never struck cents in silver. My high school physics class made silver-plated pennies and copper-plated dimes. The alteration makes it worth face value.
It depends on what you're talking about having plated.
Is stands for internatiol silver and items stamped with this are silver plated