Chemical Appeal

Federman, David
September 2012
JCK;Sep2012, Vol. 143 Issue 8, p100
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the attributes and the arrival of the tarnish-resistant silver alloys, which offer more shine than sterling. It says that the stain prevention and the greater manufacturing possibility are the two main reasons of silversmiths Sam Patania in applauding the tarnish-resistant alloys. It adds that the epochal evolution in the millennial history of silver jewelry is represented by the tarnish-alloys.


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