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Stuller Introduces Continuum Sterling Silver

Aug 28, 2012 3:31 PM   By Jeff Miller
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RAPAPORT... Stuller Inc. introduced its new patent-pending silver alloy, Continuum™ Sterling Silver, that it described to be anti-tarnish, bright white, cost effective and harder than any other on the market.continuum

“The fact that Continuum casts 35 percent harder than regular sterling is what makes this metal truly unique,” said Darrell Warren, Stuller's vice president of merchandising. “This makes manufacturing intricate and light designs possible with exceptional durability. Test have shown that even after soldering Continuum retains temper very well.”

Victor Joyner of H.D. Pattern Co. in Chicago is an avid user and advocate of Continuum. “In recent years, I’d been searching for a cost-effective sterling silver alloy as an alternative to gold and platinum to use in production. I needed the price point of sterling silver, but a metal hardness suitable for diamond setting – a combination difficult to find,” said Joyner.

“It feels as though I am working with and setting in gold. I can achieve the look and strength I require using less than half the metal I would need with traditional sterling," he said. "This new alloy is a major milestone for fine jewelry and my jewelry manufacturing clients overseas agree.”

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