Current Silver Rate Today in Thailand in Thai Baht (THB), XAG in THB


Silver Price in Thailand Silver Price in Thailand

1 Troy Ounce Silver = nan THB
1 Gram Silver = nan Thai Baht

Silver price website shows informations about silver prices in Thailand in Thai Baht, where you can find silver rates per gram, silver price per ounce and silver price per tola. Troy ounce is a traditional unit of silver weight. Silver prices per troy ounce are converted from USD to Thai Baht according to the latest exchange rates where 1 USD = inf THB and 1 XAG = 0.00 USD

Price of Silver in Thai Baht

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Fine silver is stamped with marks such as 999, 99.9 or .999, indicating how much silver the piece contains per hundred or thousand parts.

Silver Price Per Gram in Thai Baht (THB)

Silver Type Purity (wt.%) Silver Price in (THB)
Silver 999
Pure Silver (99.9% silver or 999/1000)
999 nan THB
Silver 958
Britannian Silver (95.8% silver)
958 nan THB
Silver 925
Sterling Silver (92.5% silver)
925 nan THB
Silver 916
(91.6% silver or 916/1000)
916 nan THB
Silver 900
Coin Silver (90.0% silver or 900/1000)
900 nan THB
Silver 875
Saudi Arabia Standard (87.5% silver or 875/1000)
875 nan THB
Silver 800
Portugal Standard (80.0% silver or 800/1000)
800 nan THB
Silver 750
(75.0% silver or 750/1000)
750 nan THB
Silver 585
U.S. Standard (58.5% silver or 585/1000)
585 nan THB
Silver Price in Thai Baht in the Previous Days in Thai Baht
Date Silver Ounce Silver Gram Silver 10 Grams
01 October 2022 719.61 23.14 231.36
30 September 2022 719.39 23.13 231.29
29 September 2022 712.49 22.91 229.07
28 September 2022 703.01 22.60 226.02
27 September 2022 703.46 22.62 226.17
26 September 2022 704.41 22.65 226.47
25 September 2022 708.19 22.77 227.69
24 September 2022 709.95 22.83 228.25
23 September 2022 720.14 23.15 231.53
22 September 2022 729.73 23.46 234.61
21 September 2022 722.61 23.23 232.32
20 September 2022 706.71 22.72 227.21
19 September 2022 707.06 22.73 227.32
18 September 2022 712.85 22.92 229.18
17 September 2022 715.52 23.00 230.04
16 September 2022 710.08 22.83 228.29
15 September 2022 712.73 22.91 229.15
14 September 2022 714.11 22.96 229.59
13 September 2022 713.88 22.95 229.52
12 September 2022 705.58 22.68 226.85
11 September 2022 685.43 22.04 220.37
10 September 2022 684.23 22.00 219.99
09 September 2022 683.23 21.97 219.66
08 September 2022 675.01 21.70 217.02
07 September 2022 666.15 21.42 214.17
06 September 2022 665.35 21.39 213.91
05 September 2022 664.31 21.36 213.58
04 September 2022 660.74 21.24 212.43
03 September 2022 660.99 21.25 212.51
02 September 2022 659.91 21.22 212.17

Silver price in Thailand in Thai Baht (THB) is being updated once every 30 minutes, based on latest live spot silver price. Last update time : 01/10/2022 23:29 GMT


Silver Spot Price Today
International Silver Rates
Silver Troy Ounce
October 1, 2022, 23:29 GMT
$ 0.00
Last Global Silver Prices
Silver Price per Gram $ 0.00
Silver Price per 10 Grams $ 0.00
Silver Price per 100 Grams $ 0.00
Silver Price per Tola $ 0.00
Silver Price per Kilo $ 0.00
Silver Purity
Silver Purity
Karats are not used in silver. 999 silver – pure silver – is not used in jewelry in which minimal hardness is required. 925 silver – also known as sterling silver – is the most common alloy used in the manufacture of silver jewelry and other fine silver items.
The silver purity levels generally accepted are:
99.9% purity – 999 thousandths.
92.5% purity – 925 thousandths.
83.5% purity – 835 thousandths.
80% purity – 800 thousandths.

The purity or fineness of silver alloys is now described using the millesimal system in most countries. This system uses a number to represent the purity of the alloy. The number described purity in parts per thousand.
Previous to the millesimal system, the fineness of silver was expressed in carats. While the fineness of silver alloys must be stamped or hallmarked into pieces, the millesimal value is generally compulsory and the carat value now optional.