What does Pandora S925 mean?

Before adding charms, the lowest priced bracelet in the PANDORA collection is the Black Multi-Strand Bracelet at $35, and the most expensive bracelet is the PANDORA Gold Charm Bracelet at $1,415. However, most PANDORA bracelets, like the ones below, are priced between $45 and $80.

What does Pandora S925 mean?

pure silver parts per thousand
At PANDORA, we stamp our jewelry with quality marks to indicate the metal’s purity and to guarantee that the metal is genuine. All our sterling silver jewelry is stamped with a capital “S” for silver, followed by the purity stated as pure silver parts per thousand: S925 (92.5% pure silver).

What is a Pandora bracelet worth?

Before adding charms, the lowest priced bracelet in the PANDORA collection is the Black Multi-Strand Bracelet at $35, and the most expensive bracelet is the PANDORA Gold Charm Bracelet at $1,415. However, most PANDORA bracelets, like the ones below, are priced between $45 and $80.

What does S925 Ale 54 mean on a ring?

S925 Ale 54 is an international standard for sterling silver jewelry. The “Ale” stands for Argentium, a type of sterling silver that contains a small amount of germanium. This makes the silver harder and more resistant to tarnishing. The “54” indicates the percentage of silver in the alloy.

Does Pandora use 925 silver?

Sterling Silver is an Alloy of silver containing 92.5% by weight of silver and 7.5% by weight of other metals. the sterling silver standard has a minimum millesimal fineness of 925 and is hallmarked with 925 to represent this. All Pandora silver jewelry is produced in 925 sterling silver.

Is PANDORA real silver or plated?

Pandora uses real sterling silver in its rhodium-plated pieces, but they’re coated in rhodium during production.

What is the difference between 925 and S925?

There is no difference between silver that is labeled as s925 or 925 — both of these stamps designate that piece of jewelry as high-quality sterling silver. You may also see sterling silver stamped with things like “sterling,” “ss” or “ster,” which can also be used to indicate they meet that 92.5% purity standard.

Is S925 silver Pawnable?

ARE YOUR JEWELRY PAWN-ABLE? Yes! Both Silver and Gold are precious metals. If you purchase pure 925 silver dipped in 24k gold jewelry, you can have this pawned at pawnshops who ACCEPT SILVER.