Sterling silver, also called 925 silver, was named after the British currency, the Pound Sterling. The number 925 included in the hallmark of a piece of jewellery indicates that it is
made of a high-quality alloy, composed of 925 parts of silver and 75 parts of
copper. Why copper? Because it makes the silver harder and more resistant. The
hallmark on each individual piece of jewellery produced by us guarantees that this
piece is made of high quality, 925 sterling silver. It stands for top product
quality and excellent skin compatibility. Did you know that, as a consequence of natural oxidation, our skin is capable of absorbing minimal quantities of ions contained in a piece of jewellery? And that materials of lower qualities can trigger allergies? Due to its antibacterial effects and hygienic qualities silver is not only successfully used for medical purposes – today, sterling silver is the alloy that is most widely used in jewellery production.