To Sterling or Not to Sterling, That is the Question

The type of sterling silver that we would use is tarnish resistant and has no nickel in it, which is a fairly common allergy. It has the look of platinum with that bright silvery color, and near the strength of gold, with the way it is alloyed (mixed with other metals). It’s 95% precious metal, 5% alloy which helps with strength and tarnish resistance. We can also plate the sterling pieces for a yellow gold finish, but they may need to be replated about every 6-12 months, depending on the piece, how often you wear it, if you like to swim with sharks, etc.

What do you guys think? Good idea? If ya think it’s a good idea, what pieces pop to mind first, that you’d consider having us whip up in sterling?

Jen Hollywood-Showell

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