Le vermeil est un métal précieux constitué d'argent recouvert d'or (jaune ou gris, de 18 ou 22 ct) par un traitement galvanoplastique. Il est considéré comme un métal précieux et, à ce titre, objet de réglementations douanières.

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  • Le vermeil est un métal précieux constitué d'argent recouvert d'or (jaune ou gris, de 18 ou 22 ct) par un traitement galvanoplastique. Il est considéré comme un métal précieux et, à ce titre, objet de réglementations douanières.
  • Vermeil (/ˈvɜrmɪl/ or /vərˈmeɪ/; French: [vɛʁˈmɛj]) is a combination of sterling silver, gold, and other precious metals, commonly used as a component in jewelry. A typical example is sterling silver coated with 14 carat (58%) gold. To be considered vermeil, the gold must be at least 10 carat (42%) and be at least 2.5 micrometres thick. In the US, sterling silver covered with a base metal (such as nickel) and plated with gold cannot be sold as vermeil without disclosing that it contains base metal.The word "vermeil" is a French word which came into use in the English language, mostly in America, in the 19th century as an alternative for the usual term silver-gilt.Vermeil can be produced by either fire-gilding or electrolysis. The original fire-gilding process was developed in France in the mid-18th century; however, France later banned the production of vermeil because over time artisans developed blindness due to mercury involved in the process. Today, vermeil is safely produced by electrolysis.The White House has a collection of vermeil tableware kept on display (when not in use) in the Vermeil Room.The US Code of Federal Regulations 16, Part 23.5 defines Vermeil: "An industry product may be described or marked as 'vermeil' if it consists of a base of sterling silver coated or plated on all significant surfaces with gold or gold alloy of not less than 10 karat fineness, that is of substantial thickness and a minimum thickness throughout equivalent to two and one half (2½) microns (or approximately 1/10000ths of an inch) of fine gold."
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  • Le vermeil est un métal précieux constitué d'argent recouvert d'or (jaune ou gris, de 18 ou 22 ct) par un traitement galvanoplastique. Il est considéré comme un métal précieux et, à ce titre, objet de réglementations douanières.
  • Vermeil (/ˈvɜrmɪl/ or /vərˈmeɪ/; French: [vɛʁˈmɛj]) is a combination of sterling silver, gold, and other precious metals, commonly used as a component in jewelry. A typical example is sterling silver coated with 14 carat (58%) gold. To be considered vermeil, the gold must be at least 10 carat (42%) and be at least 2.5 micrometres thick.
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