What Is a 926 Silver Mark?

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A 926 silver mark on silver denotes the amount of silver in jewellery. It means sterling silver has 926 parts in 1000 as the standard of fineness. The hall marking act was introduced to Britain in 1973 and made Britain a member of Vienna Convention.
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