Sliver

Silver is the most malleable and most ductile metal after gold. It is the metal with the highest thermal and electrical conductivity level. It is moderately soft, and a little harder than gold. It melts at 963°C. It is shiny, a greyish-white colour, and its gloss reflects 95% of light when it is polished. It does not rust easily, but its surface blackens due to small sulphur impurities. Although it is harder than gold and much more plentiful, but still too soft in its natural state and required to be mixed with a harder metal for the use in jewelry manufacturing.

SILVER PURITY

Purity of silver is based on the other metals, which are available in the silver in the form of metal alloys. Unlike gold, but like platinum, silver purities are expressed as units of a 1,000 parts. On the basis of its purity, it can be described as below:

PURE SILVER

It is the purest form of silver with 99.9% purity. It is also known as fine silver. In this form, silver is too soft to use for jewelry.
Purity 999 Points (99.9% Pure Silver)

STERLING SILVER

It is the purest form of silver with 99.9% purity. It is also known as fine silver. In this form, silver is too soft to use for jewelry.
Purity 999 Points (99.9% Pure Silver)