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Origin of nickel silver

First recorded in 1855–60
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nickel silver

noun

any of various white alloys containing copper (46–63 per cent), zinc (18–36 per cent), and nickel (6–30 per cent): used in making tableware, etcAlso called: German silver, pakthong
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