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Apr 12, 2017 · 950 Silver Silver of 95 percent purity is relatively rare because it is a nonstandard alloy. Technically it is not fine silver because it falls considerably below 99.9 percent fineness. This means it is sterling silver, but more pure than most sterling silver. 950 silver will be softer than most sterling silver and will tarnish more easily.
Apr 06, 2020 · When considering platinum jewelry, the purity mark “950” denotes a composition of 95 percent platinum with a mix of other metal alloys, while “900” is made up of 90 percent platinum, and “850” has 85 percent platinum.
The stamping.950 or 950 refers to the platinum content on a piece of jewelry or other white metal item. This typically means the article is 95% platinum and 5% alloy (cobalt-palladium-ruthenium)....
Note that a “950 Platinum” mark indicates that jewelry is 95 percent pure platinum, or 950 parts pure platinum out of 1,000. Identify this type of jewelry by any of these other marks: “Plat 950,” “Pt950,” “PLAT,” “PT,” “950 Plat” or “950Pt.”
If you don't and the mark holds strong on 18k, it might be platinum, which can also be marked "950." I'm not a hoarder! There's a price tag on everything! Message 2 of 8
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