I have used regular silver/copper sterling forever but I think now that I can alloy and roll my own stock, it is time to use one of the tarnish resistant sterling silvers on the market. I however am not sure which one to use. I want one that is simply a more tarnish resistant sterling, no other quirks (i.e Argentium) I would like one that preferably doesn’t cost to much more either and one that responds well to mechanical working. I also don’t want it to be to soft like some of the de-ox sterling alloys. I know there are alloys from Argentium, platinum and palladium sterlings, standard de-ox or proprietary blends such as S88. Which of these, if any, will meet my needs of an alloy with all the properties of sterling with increased tarnish resistance.