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Posted by Erin Bullock on
Fine silver - it's a term you see all over the internet, thrown around by big name jewelry stores. Does it actually mean anything? It does have meaning, and not in relation to how the big guys use it. There is actually a difference between fine and sterling silvers. Fine silver is 99.9% silver with a little copper mixed in and is most usually found in precious metal clay pieces and the bezels used on handcrafted jewelry. It is softer and more malleable than sterling silver, which makes it ideal for surrounding a stone. Precious metal clay jewelry starts out...
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