Sterling Silver Real or Fake?


Silver jewelry is very popular. Like gold, there are many jewelry pieces that are fake. Fake jewelry that looks like the real thing, is cheaper, and allows anyone to have the look for less. You can tell if sterling silver is real or fake by the stamp. There is a law that requires real metals to have a stamp on it for identification and quality. In this law, it is requires that sterling silver be stamped with the word sterling or the number 925. The stamp can be located in different spots, depending on how the jewelry is made.
Q&A Related to "Sterling Silver Real or Fake?"
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