Oxidized Silver. What is it?
Oxidized silver isn’t exactly what it sounds like. Oxidizing silver is a process where an ordinary piece of sterling silver is mixed together with a liquid called liver of sulfur. The silver’s reaction to the liver of sulfur transforms the outer layer into a dark, charcoal color with little to no luster. This process is actually just an accelerated result of silver’s natural tarnishing process.
It’s officially fall, and do you know what that means? The Holidays are JUST around the corner.
Whether you pride yourself on perfectly tailoring each gift to it’s receiver, or you struggle every year to find something that your mother-in-law won’t scoff at, gift giving season is an undoubtedly stressful time. Am I right?