What Does The 585 Mark On Silver Jewelry Mean?

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585 is the european mark for 14k gold, which means that instead of your chain being silver it's actually 14k white gold. =)
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Since it was already answered I just wanna add my two cents. If you want to buy really qualitative jewelry, say, earrings, then it's better to visit proven, reliable internet shops. Remember, there's no such thing as a free lunch.

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Hi! If I'm not mistaken, the 585 mark on the silver jewelry is a hallmark. This kind of jewelry is not as common as jewelry with 925 or 900. I recently bought a star of david ring at https://www.bikerringshop.com/products/star-of-david-ring . This ring is made mostly of sterling silver. I have been wanting to get one for a long time, because I like all things that are generally associated with the star of david and the like. It is very well made and beautifully detailed.

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