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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.
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The Longwood II Dinner Knife by Reed and Barton measures 9.63". Longwood II is a lesser version of the original, venerable Longwood pattern by Reed and Barton, featuring the distinctive bands on the handles, and a much lower price. How much lower? The original version would run just over $300 for a set for 8 people, while you can pick up this 45 Piece set for 8 for under $150. The trade-off is in the overall weight, and in the knife construction. If you aren't ready to spend $300 on a set of flatware, this is a good choice overall. This pattern is exempt from all discounts. Find this pattern for less somewhere else? Take advantage of our Low Price Guarantee, give us a call at (800) 426-3057.