Sterling Canyon wants all of the men who purchased Sterling Silver jewelry for Christmas to take a deep breath and hold it. Do not let it out until I tell you to. Picture if you will a beautiful woman wearing a stunning Sterling Silver necklace. A man – you – walks up to her gazing at her (necklace). He asks her if that’s real.
What kind of question is that to ask a beautiful woman. That question deserves a slap in the face. So I’ll ask it. Is that a real Sterling Silver necklace? Courtney Cox would not wear fake. From a distance, her necklace looks stunning. To tell if the necklace, and in particular the pendant is real Sterling Silver, there has to be a stamp on the back of the piece as .925. A stamp like this is required by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). Sterling Silver is 92.5% silver and 7.5% copper or other metal. If it is silver plated, it must be labeled as such. If there is no label or stamp on the jewelry piece, take it back to Walmart for a refund before your wife or girl friend sees it. Then go on line and buy the highest quality Sterling Silver necklace from Sterling Canyon. OK. You can exhale. You just avoided turning RED. Check your gift now before its too late. You want to avoid the slap in the face don’t you?