About Sterling Silver Rings
About Silver Jewelry: Silver is a precious metal and, much like gold, is too fine to be utilized in a 100% pure form. To make it durable enough for use in jewelry, pure silver, which has a .999 fineness (99.9%), is often alloyed with small quantities of copper (7.5%). The copper is added to strengthen the silver and the resulting product is .925 sterling silver (92.5%). This alloy is strong enough to be used in jewelry.
About our Silver Rings Collection: At Inspired Silver, you’ll find a dazzling array of right hand rings, wedding sets, cocktail rings and more! With a friendly staff available to assist you with any needs you may have, Inspired Silver takes pride in the fact that we have served over a half million satisfied customers worldwide since 2003. Inspired Silver 'silver rings' are .925 sterling silver with a rhodium finish unless otherwise noted on the product description. Our silver rings range from size 4 to size 12 and come in several different finishes.
Sterling silver rings always make a great choice when it comes to buying jewelry for yourself or others. They have a way of catching the light just so and give a great hint of style to whoever wears them. From an everyday silver band to a dazzled out silver cocktail ring, we've got you covered! Inspired Silver believes that high fashion doesn’t have to come with a matching price tag. So next time you’re in the market for something that sparkles, don’t forget our motto: "Celebrities make them famous. We make them affordable."
Caring For Silver Rings
1. To maintain the original condition of your silver jewelry, polish your pieces regularly using a non-abrasive cleaning cloth. 2. Soap and water will also help keep your silver looking good. Remember do not dry silver off with paper towels or tissues, always use a soft cloth.
3. When you are not wearing your silver jewelry, store them in a cool, dry place. Zip-lock bag and individual cloth pouches are ideal for this and will help prevent both tarnishing and scratching by other pieces.
4. Never immerse your silver jewelry in chlorine, salt water, mineral springs, and suntan lotion. Remember, some household cleaners contain chlorine bleach; these will cause discoloration and also loosen the gemstones.
5. Avoid abrasive cleaners, detergents and commercial jewelry cleaners "dips" especially if the pieces have an oxidized finish. Using harsh polishing cleaners will alter the antique look of your jewelry.
6. Never use an ultrasonic cleaner, ammonia or any chemical solution to clean opaque gemstones, such as turquoise, malachite, onyx, lapis lazuli and opals. They are a porous stone and may absorb chemicals, which build up inside the stone and cause discoloration. Simply wipe them gently with a moist cloth until clean.
7. If your jewelry contains gemstones or pearls, do not immerse in water, as this can loosen some settings. Never use dips or abrasives cleaners on gemstones.