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DragonWeave Jewelry - Sterling Necklace Turns Black

DragonWeave Jewelry - Sterling Necklace Turns Black
DragonWeave Jewelry has been advertising sterling silver ball chain necklaces ranging in cost from $40.00 and above depending on the length. So, this chain can cost a high price. It was surprising to see that this chain is similar to the free chains that companies distribute to their employees to carry their identification badges around their necks during work. However, a company’s free chains are far superior to the ones sold by DragonWeave since DragonWeave sells chains where the silver wears off after a couple of wears and then the chain turns black. Of course, by that time of discoloration, the return policy has already expired so the chain cannot be returned. DragonWeave is getting away with deceiving buyers since it is clear they must be aware of the discoloring of the chain and that their return policy will let them get away with cheating consumers out of their money.
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#935143

Wow. That looks like an old fashioned lamp pull cord that someone silver plated using a home plating kit.

Silver does turn black when it tarnishes.

But that is one cheap chain. Plating a steel chain would cost just a few cents worth of silver.

#932513

If it's silver, have you tried to remove the tarnish? Real sterling silver (marked with .925) is apt to tarnish if not coated.

Some individuals have items tarnish more quickly than others, but it can be cleaned. Try dipping it in a solution of vinegar & baking soda with crumpled ball of tinfoil in it.

( use a glass dish ). Then rinse in warm water and let dry.

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