Amara Jewelry

Product Care

Fun fact #1
The word ‘silver’
comes from the Anglo-Saxon word ‘seolfor’.

What is 925 silver

Sterling silver, 925 silver or 92.5 silver is a special alloy with a mixture of 92.5% pure silver and 7.5% of other material, for Amara we combine silver with memory-shaped alloy. The jewelry is not 100% pure silver because with other 7.5% is used to strengthen and reduce the tarnish rate of the silver.

Fun fact #2
Silver is not toxic to humans!
In fact, it actually kills some bacteria; but that doesn’t mean you should try eating any.

Where to store silvers

·  Store silver product in an airtight or zip-lock plastic bag

·  Store each jewelry separately or the jewelry may scratch into each other and damages the product.

·  Store silver with a chalk or a silica packets to reduce the tarnish rate.

·  Store silvers in a dark and cool place, since tarnish mostly occurs in hot and heated place

·  Do not store silver jewelry in paper or cardboard boxes since these can contain sulfur that tarnish the jewelry

Fun fact #3
Silver’s melting point is 961.78°c and
its boiling point is 2162°c

When to take off your jewelry

· Getting ready, you should wear your jewelry last
·  Working on household and outdoor chores
· Meal preparation and cooking
· Exercising or swimming
· Hot and humid places
· Direct sunlight

Fun fact #4
Jewels and other decorative items are old as the human race itself

Why silver turns black

Silver becomes black by the chemical reaction with hydrogen sulfide or sulfur, hydrogen sulfide is in the air and food. Silver can also turn black from oxidizing and hot and humid places or cosmetics can speed up the oxidizing process as well. We could avoid tarnish by following our product maintenance guide.

Fun fact #5

The words for ‘silver’ and ‘money’ are the same in fourteen languages

How to clean silvers by yourself


·  Store silver product in an airtight or zip-lock plastic bag
·  Store each jewelry separately or the jewelry may scratch into each other and damages the product.
· Store silver with a chalk or a silica packets to reduce the tarnish rate.
· Store silvers in a dark and cool place, since tarnish mostly occurs in hot and heated place
· Do not store silver jewelry in paper or cardboard boxes since these can contain sulfur that tarnish the jewelry

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