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What does "ISJ" mean?

IN SEASON JEWELRY provides a universe of stylish and high quality jewelry made from genuine materials, primarily sterling silver, 14k gold and base metals, such as brass or copper.

Check the maker’s mark to identify the origin of the jewelry

A maker’s mark is a US term for a stamp indicating the origin of jewelry. The standard maker’s mark on IN SEASON JEWELRY is “ISJ”, which stands for In Season Jewelry. You will likely see “ISJ” stamped on our jewelry, except on some of our smallest pieces. 

What does "ISJ" alone means? 

ISJ Meaning

"ISJ" stamped alone in our jewelry, stands for IN SEASON JEWELRY our brand and trademark. This means the product has been manufactured by us and usually the product is made of a base metal, such as brass or copper and could be plated in gold or rhodium (see product description for more information). 

What does "925 ISJ" mean? 

925 ISJ

All our sterling silver jewelry, excluding very tiny pieces, is stamped by "925" which is the purity of the silver (92.5% pure fine silver) followed by "ISJ", which stands for IN SEASON JEWELRY our brand and trademark. 

What does "14k ISJ" mean? 

14K ISJ

All our gold jewelry, excluding very tiny pieces, is stamped by "14k" which is the purity of the gold (58.5% pure gold) followed by "ISJ", which stands for IN SEASON JEWELRY our brand and trademark. 

(DISCLAIMER: for informational purposes only)