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Post by Blossom » 9 months ago

I know 925 is a hallmark for sterling silver but what is hallmark when the item has platinum over sterling silver? I can't find the answer on my jewelry.
by Eve » 9 months ago
It’s still only going to be Hallmarked .925 Sterling silver.There is no extra hallmarks for it being plated .... if that’s what you’re asking 😊you can usually tell that it’s plated with something if it does not tarnish and is Shinier hope this helps 😊
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Post by Eve » 9 months ago

It’s still only going to be Hallmarked .925 Sterling silver.There is no extra hallmarks for it being plated .... if that’s what you’re asking 😊you can usually tell that it’s plated with something if it does not tarnish and is Shinier hope this helps 😊
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Post by Blossom » 9 months ago

Eve wrote:
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It’s still only going to be Hallmarked .925 Sterling silver.There is no extra hallmarks for it being plated .... if that’s what you’re asking 😊you can usually tell that it’s plated with something if it does not tarnish and is Shinier hope this helps 😊
Yes Eve, thank you! I knew my platinum over silver wasn't marked differently than just siver pieces. Somehow it just seemed wrong not to give credit to platinum if present. Thanks again!
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Post by Spooky » 9 months ago

The platinum over silver seems heavier to
me and the color is much prettier than
sterling silver alone. I really like it. Makes
the jewelry look expensive
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Post by Moderator_Stephanie » 8 months ago

Sterling silver with a rhodium or platinum finish does not require a hallmark. The finish will be indicated in the product description. If no finish is specified, rhodium can be assumed.
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