What does "925 Milor" mean?


The stamp of "Milor Italy 925" refers to a piece of jewelry made with 92.5 percent by weight sterling silver from the Milor company in Milan, Italy. The jewelers maintain a high profile on the QVC shopping service.

The Milor company has been creating upscale bracelets, necklaces and rings for more than 30 years, with a location in the famous jewelry district of Milan. The pieces are sometimes covered in a layer of gold, but are often left in their natural state after hammering, burnishing or polishing. All of the 925 pieces of jewelry from Milor are handmade. Well-known brands include Etrusca, Modoro and Bianca.

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