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Accepted categories of scrap silver we have:

  • Fine .999 Silver
  • Jewelry
  • Sterling Silver Flatware
  • Silver Serving Sets
  • Silver Coins
  • X-Ray Films
  • Photographic Film & Paper
  • Silver from Photo Processing Solutions
  • Mirror Over Spray

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Scrap Silver

We supply scrap silver at market leading prices of up to 88% of the global spot price of silver. Select the Fineness of your silver and click the get quote button to get your prices.

Silver is presented as Ag in the periodic table, and it is valued due to its decorative beauty and electrical conductivity. Silver is well known for its electrical and thermal conductivity as well as being an alloy for elements such as nickel or palladium.

Alloys that include silver are tougher, harder, and more fusible compared to pure silver. This makes it good for making jewellery that lasts. It tarnishes slowly in the air as the sulfur compounds react with the surface forming black silver sulfide.

Additional Information

Silver can easily be reversed by polishing, bringing the items back to their shiny appearance. It is commonly crafted for its beauty into fine jewellery and silverware. Sterling silver (an alloy of 92.5% silver, blended with copper and other metals) gives a lustrous appearance to coins, jewellery, and silverware.

Pure silver is slightly harder than gold but still very ductile and malleable. This makes it a natural choice for dental fillings. Silver is the most reflective metal and because of that is used in solar panels and mirrors.

  • Fine .999 Silver
    Fine silver is the closest metal to the pure element silver. It is marked .999 which indicates 99.9% purity. The 0.1% remainder consists of trace elements of insignificant quantity. Fine silver has a more vitreous luster than the bright polish of sterling. It appears grayer and slightly dull. This type of silver is quite soft and will scratch, dent and change shape fairly easily.
  • Sterling Silver
    Sterling is the jewelry quality standard in the United States and most world markets. It is an alloy of 92.5% silver. The remaining 7.5% is usually copper though it is sometimes other metals such as nickel. The other metals in the alloy increase hardness so the material will be more durable. Alloy additions also create the color and luster that is so prized by consumers.
  • Silver Coins
    Coin silver was once a more common alloy in the United States. It is now fairly rare and the name causes quite a bit of confusion. The technical "coin silver" alloy is .900 silver, or 90% silver and 10% copper. The name "coin silver" is because metalsmiths historically made items from melted down scrap coin metal.
  • Silver Plated/Jewellery
    This is a base metal type of silver with an extremely thin plating layer of silver applied to the surface. Even when jewelry is described as fine silver-plated, the overall silver content is a tiny fraction of a percent.

Professional, Reliable, Friendly Services

As one of the leading name in scrap deals and recycling, we offer professional, consistent-quality, friendly scrap recycling services to our clients. You can talk to our specialists and let us know if you have any specific ferrous or non-ferrous metal scrap requirements.

As soon as you reach out to us, we will make up a plan based on your convenience for your scrap requirements. After completing the metal scrap arrangement for delivery, we will quickly process for shipment and make your business experience with us transparent and smooth.

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Silver Scrap SC is leading trading company in high-quality metals and has established close cooperation with major metal production enterprises. Our company deals with aluminium ingots, zinc ingots, waste copper wire and other metals.

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