Silver jewellery has been valuable and auspicious since ages. It is malleable hence can be moulded into any shape and size easily. Therefore there is abundance of silver pendants, earrings, brooches, bracelets and anklets. Silver has always been prevalent among the common folks not only because it is lustrous and beautiful but also because it is highly affordable.
Pure silver is very soft and it cannot be used to design various ornaments hence it is mixed with different alloys to strengthen it. The silver formed after mixing is known as sterling silver. It is comprised of 92.5 % of silver and 7.5% of other metals. Silver jewellery has taken many forms since ancient time. The sterling silver has 925 fineness. More adorable form of this jewellery is when it is decorated by gemstones and precious stones. They display royalty and uniqueness when mixed with precious stones. The silver touch along with colourful shining stones throws a special effect on the viewer. Silver is such a malleable metal that it can be shaped into awards and cutlery pieces also.
Various forms of silver jewellery like silver necklace, silver anklets, silver bracelets are present in exquisite designs. Now a days they bear names, different engravings, have photos or drawings as demanded by the buyer. They have become latest gifts and presents which can be presented to your friends as well as loved ones. Sterling silver jewellery come in perfect finish with diverse stones like amethyst, citrine, moonstone, turquoise, coral and many more. These silver chains come in various sizes which when attached with colourful pendants give an appealing look.
The only drawback of silver jewellery is that it is prone to tarnishing when exposed to air too much. If the care is not taken then the ornaments can start getting black. But this is not a very big problem. Many types of polishing products are available in the market, the only thing you have to do is keep polishing the silver from time to time. You can remove sulphur from silver by simple buffing and polishing. Avoid polishing them too hard as it can damage your jewellery permanently.