Unique quality

Due to its composition, sterling silver is more resistant and durable than pure silver. The addition of other metals improves its strength and prevents it from deforming or breaking too quickly.


Special characteristics

Due to its versatility and elegance, 925 sterling silver is a popular choice for jewellery. As an alloy consisting of 92.5% pure silver and 7.5% other metals such as copper, it offers a range of benefits:

An answer to everything

What are the advantages of 925 sterling silver?

925 sterling silver has many advantages:

  • - More resistant and durable than pure silver
  • - Easy care
  • - High tarnish resistance
  • - Very comfortable to wear (hypoallergenic)
  • - Long-term investment
Why is sterling silver more expensive than other materials?

Compared to other materials such as stainless steel or brass, 925 sterling silver is slightly more expensive, but the quality and beauty often justify the price difference. Typically, sterling silver costs around 50-100% more than stainless steel or brass.

The durability and longevity of 925 sterling silver make it a long-term investment that will give pleasure and retain its beauty for years to come.

Can sterling silver tarnish?

Special features of 925 sterling silver are its resistance to tarnishing and its timeless lustre, which remains intact even after many years.

How should silver jewellery be cleaned?

Caring for 925 sterling silver is easy. Regular cleaning with a soft cloth helps to maintain the lustre and prevent tarnishing.

Is sterling silver more sustainable than other materials?

In terms of sustainability, 925 sterling silver is a good choice as it is durable, recyclable and often extracted from existing sources, which reduces the environmental footprint.

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