Here is some interesting information about your silver jewellery.
Pure silver is a soft metal, far too soft to be made into silver jewellery that could withstand daily wear and tear. Therefore, most silver jewellery comprises Sterling Silver – an alloy of silver, strengthened by other metals. The standard Sterling Silver (925) alloy is a reference to it’s composition – 925 parts per thousand silver, 75 parts per thousand other metals (usually copper) to give strength.
Silver, like all precious metals will tarnish with time. Tarnish is a natural dulling caused by silver reacting with sulphur or hydrogen sulphide in the air leaving black or brown-coloured dull areas. Here are a few suggestions for minimising and removing silver tarnish:
Bish Bosh Becca is now enclosing a small cleaning cloth impregnated with silver cleaner and anti tarnish agent with all orders.