Sterling Silver & Gold Rings
The standard for Sterling Silver was set over 700 years ago, when King Edward I decreed that Sterling must consist of 92.5% pure Silver with 7.5% Copper. Like gold, Silver is too soft for use in its pure state and must be combined with other metals for durability. And that’s why all quality Sterling Silver is stamped 925. Sterling Silver rings tend to be somewhat classical, probably because they last so long they end up as heirlooms! In this section MAJ offers the spectrum of styles from simple bands (sometimes used as a wedding ring), to sparkling Solitaires, which are perfect for those who want to pop the question as a surprise, but shop for an engagement ring together. The gold rings in this section are created in Sterling Silver, which is then plated with high quality Yellow or Rose Gold. All arrive boxed.