What Is 825 Jewelry?


An 825 stamp on jewellery indicates that the percentage of a mineral which makes up the element is 82.5 percent. A jewel made at a percentage of 82.5 is normally made from lower grade silver. The true worth of jewellery is normally based on its composition, manufacturer and age.
Q&A Related to "What Is 825 Jewelry?"
Stainless steel. Utter rubbish. Please don't post answers to peoples genuine questions if you have no idea what you are talking about. 825 silver is a lower grade silver generally
825 indicates the number of parts per thousand of pure metal. The world standard is
Are you in the USA? If so, the marking is likely that of sterling silver. Sterling is made of 92 1/2 percent pure silver and 7 1/2 percent copper. The copper makes it strong enough
Steel contains carbon, nickel and chromium. In order for steel to be considered stainless, it must contain at least 12 percent chromium. Chromium makes the steel stainless by creating
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