fine silver


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fine silver

[¦fīn ′sil·vər]
(metallurgy)
Silver having a minimum fineness of 999; considered to be pure silver.
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He wore (as if there was some hidden connection between his showiest finery and his deepest feeling) the most magnificent waistcoat he has yet appeared in--it was made of pale sea-green silk, and delicately trimmed with fine silver braid.
This 1oz fine silver bar is part of the company's larger line of minted silver products.
This fine silver coin captures the monkey's charismatic personality, a trait for which it is most commonly associated.
* NovaVision, Royal Canadian Mint and Pacific Holographies for the 2015 fine silver hologram coin comprising lustrous maple leaves which is one of the first ever 5 oz silver coins to feature a hologram.
The shop features primarily fine silver jewelry as well as sterling silver.
Meanwhile, production of unprocessed and semi-processed silver amounted to 446.3 tons (down 9.2%), and production of fine silver - to 443.1 tons (down 9.3%).
Included in this distinctive selection are a commemorative ROM coin made of fine silver from the Royal Canadian Mint, an exclusive set of 10 stamps, and a set of three postcards featuring notable ROM artifacts from Canada Post.
MERCURY'S RISE provides a fine Silver Rush mystery set in the mining town of Leadville, Colorado in the 1800s.
The silver dish ring was sold during Bonhams Fine Silver sale for EUR31,314.
Prothorax extensively orange (blackish laterally), fine silver pruinose, orange and dark red-brown (laterally) setose.
Exhibits for sale range from Oriental collectables, Georgian and Victorian glassware to Meissen porcelain, English watercolours, Persian rugs and carpets, Victorian and 20th century jewellery, fine silver, English clocks and barometers; decorative mirrors, contemporary art and sculpture and more.
Milenbach offers Fine silver and gold pieces and specializes in Pacific Northwest native jewelry.