I am a newbie lurker, and have learned so much from all your posts.
I belong to an online vintage jewelry discussion and educational
group called JewelCollect. Someone from there posed this question:
on a piece of silver jewelry, there is a mark with a capital A
adjacent to the .925 designation. What does it mean? I found some of
my jewelry marked as such also. One respondent said it meant
Argentium silver. Another said this: "The link you sent indicates
that Argentium Silver is marked with a lower case “as” mark, not an
upper case ‘A’ " in regard to the following link
Could someone please clear this up for me?
Thanks so much in advance.
Nancy Robinson in Vermont