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What is .925 Sterling Silver?
The Short Answer:
Sterling silver consists of at least 92.5 percent silver and 7.5% percent of other metals like copper, nickel, or both. The reason for this is Pure Silver or Fine Silver, is very soft and very malleable making it easy to damage or bend. Other metal alloys like copper or nickel are added to the silver to make a more durable piece.
All items sold by Silver Superstore as “Sterling Silver” contain at least 92.5% percent Silver and are stamped with either “.925”, “Sterling Silver”, or both.
Sterling 365 Flatware Chest
What does " w/stamp " mean?
As of April 2022, Fortessa is no longer stamping their logo in their flatware pieces. We do have some stock left of the stamped versions. If you are looking to match your older, stamped, pieces you will want to select the pieces denoted with “w/stamp”.
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PROP. 65 WARNING
Use of certain ceramic and crystal tableware for sale on this Web site will expose you to lead, a chemical known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm.
Proposition 65, which became law in the State of California 1992, instituted standards that are more stringent than the Federal Drug Administration standards for lead ingestion.
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Shells, foliate scrolls, and flowers give Queens a graceful elegance. This pattern was introduced about 1825, in the reign of George IV. This pattern was formerly made by C. J. Vander of London, and is now a Wallace Silversmiths pattern.