Symbolism of the Color Silver
Silver symbolizes security and intelligence,  and represents modern technology.  Because it is a precious metal, it has been used for currency around the world. Silver symbolizes the moon, and the color is thus associated with the mother goddess. [5,6] In certain traditions, silver is a sign of clairvoyance. 
In Western Europe, silver is stylish, representing financial wealth,  but it also represents a stalemate.  In heraldry, silver is a symbol of purity.  Silver is associated with the month of March. 
In the Hindu Chakra, of the hidden power of humans, silver is of the air element and is good during a time of reflection and changing directions.  Like the moon that controls the tides of the earth, silver has a soothing, calming effect.  Silver opens a person to dignity, wisdom, and insight. 
Silver dragons possess powerful healing abilities. They have a strong connection to the moon and live by the lunar cycle. A silver dragon can be connected to the mother goddess or a female warrior.
In modern and contemporary art, metallic dragons can have cyborg-themed styles, such as bionic eyes, mechanical limbs and wings, etc. These are often represented in silver
All of the dragon graphics on this page were created by Donna Quinn.