Check for hallmarks: One of the easiest ways to determine the quality of silver jewelry is to look for hallmarks. Hallmarks are stamps or markings that indicate the purity of the silver used in the jewelry. In the United States, silver is typically marked with a “925” stamp, which means that it is 92.5% pure silver. Silvermark jewelry is always marked with the “925” stamp to ensure that our customers know they are getting high-quality silver.
Look for discoloration: Silver is a reactive metal that can tarnish over time. However, high-quality silver is less likely to tarnish and will maintain its luster for longer. If you notice discoloration on your silver jewelry, it may be an indication that it is lower quality. Silvermark uses high-quality silver that is less likely to tarnish and will maintain its shine for years to come.
Check for weight: High-quality silver jewelry is typically heavier than lower-quality silver jewelry. This is because higher quality silver is denser and contains less filler metals. If your silver jewelry feels lightweight, it may be an indication that it is lower quality. Silvermark jewelry is made with high-quality silver and has a weight that is consistent with its quality.
Conduct a magnet test: Fake silver jewelry may contain other metals that are attracted to magnets. To determine if your silver jewelry is fake, you can conduct a magnet test. If your silver jewelry is attracted to a magnet, it may be an indication that it is fake. Silvermark uses only high-quality silver that is not attracted to magnets.
At Silvermark, we are committed to providing our customers with high-quality silver jewelry. Our jewelry is made with 92.5% pure silver and is always marked with the “925” stamp. We also ensure that our jewelry is less likely to tarnish and has a weight that is consistent with its quality. Additionally, our jewelry is not attracted to magnets, which is a sign of fake silver. Visit our website, www.silvermark.in, to browse our selection of high-quality silver jewelry today.