Early Valentines Day Present From Otis Jaxon – Sterling Silver Ring

These items were gifted to me by Otis Jaxon

So the lovely people over at Otis Jaxon have gifted me some early valentines presents of some sterling silver rings for me to style.

Nautical Silver Eternity Ring

A winning design with all stylish women – even if they are not boaty types! This stunning delicate Nautical Silver Eternity Ring features a handmade polished knot – the perfect sterling silver ring for any season!

Round Silver Signet Ring

This chunky solid sterling Round Silver Signet Ring, with its unique round brushed textured surface is a contemporary take on a long standing classic.

Perfect to personalise and can easily be engraved, this seriously bulky ring has a luxuriously weighty feel to it.

Why Choose a Sterling Silver Ring?

Sterling silver is made of 92.5 percent pure silver and 7.5 percent metal alloy. Copper is a favorite metal alloy for sterling silver jewelry, although other metals are sometimes used. Sterling silver rings can be decorated with pure silver, but pure silver is typically too soft for large silver jewelry pieces.

Chosen for its strength and beauty, sterling silver has a lifetime of durability. Pure silver is very soft, making it a poor choice for an everyday ring, such as an engagement ring or wedding band. The addition of copper makes silver strong. A sterling silver ring is typically marked with an engraving to inform consumers that it is genuine. Sometimes the number “925” is used to specify that a metal is sterling silver.

Sterling silver rings can be polished or coated in rhodium to become tarnish-resistant. Rhodium is a member of the platinum metal family, and as a coating, it gives sterling silver jewelry a high-gloss finish.

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Early Valentines Day Present From Otis Jaxon - Sterling Silver Ring

These items were gifted to me by Otis Jaxon

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