Silver has been worn as jewelry since ancient times. Excavations show that silver was already used between 4000 and 3500 BC. The name Silver probably originates from Germanic (Silubra). The Latin word for Silver is Argentum, from which chemical symbol Ag is derived. Silver is easy to work with. This makes it a popular metal for jewellery, but also for candlesticks, tobacco and snuff boxes, cutlery and religious objects. The grade of silver is often referred to as first grade (925/1000) or second grade (835/1000). First grade means that 92.5% silver and 7.5% of another metal (usually Copper) has been used. Adamast has jewelry of the first grade silver, in which various gemstones are set. These jewelry are sourced from different parts of the world and are one of a kind.