1 pair Sterling Silver with Swarovski Column Crystal Black Diamond Earrings PE4
1 Pair of Swarovski Dangle Column Crystal with Sterling Silver Earring
Crystal Size 20mm
Total Length 46mm
The name Swarovski has been inextricably linked to precision cut crystal and fashion for more than 113 years. The founder Daniel Swarovski I, born in Northern Bohemia in 1862, the centre of a flourishing crystal and costume jewellery industry, was fascinated with crystal from his earliest years. As a young man he showed an aptitude for invention and entrepreneurship that was to form the basis of what today is a family company employing 20,000 people and with a presence in more than 120 countries.
Austrian Swarovski is the Finest High Quality Crystals made today. It contain a minimum of 32% lead Making The Crystal so Pure. Crystals are faceted with high tremendous Precision, Creating Stunning Prism in any light source area.
So if you are looking for some Crystals. Please insist on Swarovski Crystals.
925 Sterling Silver
Sterling silver is an alloy of silver containing 92.5% by mass of silver and 7.5% by mass of other metals, usually copper. The sterling silver standard has a minimum millesimal fineness of 925.
Fine silver (99.9% pure) is generally too soft for producing functional objects; therefore, the silver is usually alloyed with copper to give it strength but preserving the ductility and beauty of the precious metal. Other metals can replace the copper which include germanium, zinc and platinum .
Chemically, silver is not very reactive—it does not react with oxygen or water at ordinary temperatures, so does not easily form a silver oxide. However, other metals in the alloy, usually copper, may react with oxygen in the air. This causes the jewellery to tarnish ( Change of color . However it can be restored back to it original appearance (shines and colours) by using a polishing cloth or dip.
Caring for Sterling Silver Jewelry:
Store your sterling silver jewelry in tarnish prevention cloths or bags. The treated cloth slows down the tarnishing process and keeps the jewelry from rubbing against harder jewelry that might scratch it. Try to to keep your sterling silver jewelry in a cool, dry place.
Cleaning Your Sterling Silver Jewelry:
Polishing cloths are an excellent choice for cleaning your sterling silver jewelry. You might read recommendations to use toothpaste to clean sterling silver, but avoid doing that -- toothpaste is abrasive and can leave scratches.
Sterling Silver Patina:
Sterling silver jewelry that is worn continually often develops a lovely patina, a kind of glow combined with darkened areas. If you like the look, leave it alone. If you prefer a bright and shiny look for your sterling silver, use a polish cloth to restore the jewelry to its original appearance.