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Welcome to my passion. I love beautiful Silver Jewelry. I own drawer fulls and I continue buying for my own use. So, selling it is a pleasure for me. In my collection I have many 925 Sterling Silver pieces that I have hand picked from my best manufacturers.

I have some Mexican Sterling that is breathtaking. I also have some beautiful Cubic Zirconia set in Sterling that is magnificent.

I've recently added Titanium to my collection and a at the bottom of this page I have some information about Titanium for your reading pleasure and education.

My other passion is saving $$$$. So, I've combined both in my collection. All 925 Sterling is specified in the ads. When it does not say Sterling or 925 it is silverplated brass or Rhodium plated. Non alergic.

My jewelry is both imported and made in the US. I only use the most reputable manufacturers so that I can bring you the best price and best quality. Gift Wrapping upon request!!!

Here's some information about Sterling Silver

Silver jewelry comes in many styles, varieties, finishes, with or without gemstones or even with or without specialized designations such as enamel or pave styling. All members belonging to the family of silver jewelry have a common basis found in the precious metal known as sterling silver. Rather than using a pure metal of 100% silver, other metals, namely copper, are added to a molten mixture of 92.5% silver in order to produce the resistant, high polish whitish metal alloy known as sterling silver. This 925 designation is often what is stamped on sterling silver rings, bracelets, earrings, charms, body jewelry, and all other silver jewelry in order to reliably note the fineness of the silver jewelry.

The marking of 925 on a piece of silver jewelry assures the consumer that he is purchasing an authentic piece of sterling silver jewelry, which carries a certain panache and cache unlike other precious metals. The vast number of consumers look specifically for these markings so a retailer who advertises their jewelry as sterling silver jewelry, should be certain of these marks. Moreover, the sterling silver designation also commands a different price point from other white metals and gold jewelry, making it easily affordable.

As you browse through my collection, I hope you begin to appreciate the beauty of Sterling Silver.

About Titanium
Titanium is an element like gold, silver and platinum. It is a silvery white non ferrous metal with the highest strength to weight ratio of any known element. For this reason titanium is the favored material in the aerospace industry. 85% of the structural components in the Space Shuttle are made of titanium. The average commercial aircraft contains over 1 ton of titanium.
Titanium has impacted mankind more positively and diversely than any single element in history. It is the element that took us to the depths of the ocean, the far reaches of the galaxy and elevated our capacities in medicine, industry and science.
Titanium is inert and therefore completely corrosion resistant. It does not react to salt water, sunlight, or any body chemistry. Titanium is 100% hypoallergenic. Titanium is the preferred material for surgical tools, implants, pacemaker cases and other internal casings. It won’t react with any part of the body, making it a great choice for even those persons most sensitive to other materials. When a person has an allergic reaction when wearing a pair of gold or silver earrings due to the alloys, it is recommended that they switch over to titanium earrings. And unlike silver, titanium will never tarnish!
In jewelry applications, titanium’s strength allows for design capabilities that were otherwise impossible. For example, tension set rings made with titanium provides maximum security for the stone. Softer materials such as gold, silver and platinum cannot make this claim! In fact, even the softest forms of titanium start with over 30,000 psi tension, much more than platinum. Titanium can be worn throughout active and demanding lifestyles without concern for the excessive wear and tear that would be exhibited by gold and platinum.
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