Cam Gear Spinner Ring is sterling silver 92.5. We love the lined simplicity of this ring and we thing it looks just like a cam gear pattern. The lines sit raised in the middle and this section spins. This is a new design and a simple men’s ring. It will give them something to fiddle with! Your very own ring fidget spinner lol. A lot of people love them to help with anxiety too.
Sterling Silver Meaning
This Men Silver Spinner Ring is made from sterling silver and features a 92.5 stamp. This means it is 92.5% fine silver with no more than 7.5% of copper or other metals. This formula is internationally accepted and it gives sterling silver the hardness and the tolerance to work with. Anything higher than 92.5 would be too soft and tarnish too quickly. When you buy sterling silver from us, we can guarantee it is just that!
If you see the words silver plated, that means it only has a coating of sterling silver over another alloy. This will fade over time and is not able to be polished. Our sterling silver products are not plated but sterling silver all the way through- nothing but the good stuff for you!
Caring For Your Sterling Silver
To keep your sterling silver looking its best, use a silver polishing cloth or silvo on an old rag and give it a gentle rub. This will give your jewellery back its brilliant shine! Silver will tarnish from being exposed to air but will take a good six weeks to discolour. Items that are worn constantly will take a lot longer! To preserve the shine on your silver avoid contact with ammonia, alcohol, fingernail polish remover or turpentine. ALWAYS remove sterling silver jewellery while in natural hot pools because of the high sulphur content in the water. Do not use silver dip. Dip cleaners work for the first few times but it puts a layer on the silver and can discolour stones and shell. Toothpaste is also not a good idea as it is too abrasive.
Sometimes silver has a black section within the piece of jewellery. This has been created deliberately to make the pattern stand out. The silver jewellery is actually left to oxidise by soaking in a sulphur solution then polished only on the surface to leave a pattern.