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My estimate is $23 at a pawn shop.
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A ring's value is a combination of the metal band and the diamond, plus, of course, any sympathetic attachments. Metal Band: # Weigh the metal band on a proper jewel…er's scale. (If you don't have access to a jeweler's scale, make sure to convert the weight to Troy ounces, roughly 1.1 times the usual ounce.) # Check the price for 24-karat gold. Try a site such as Monex (see links below). # Multiply the weight times the price. This is the dollar value of the 24-karat gold in the ring. Diamond # Dig up the diamond's certificate; or send the ring for laboratory testing (approximately $100 for a 1-carat diamond); or take the ring to an appraiser. # The appraiser should give you the retail value of the diamond. # If you have the diamond's certificate, you can plug its attributes into a diamond search engine, such as Diamond Price Guru (see links below), to see how much the same diamond would cost at a dozen reputable online dealers. Add the values of the metal band and the diamond together, and you have a reasonable quantification of the ring's total value. Sentimental value is also important for many owners. But if you are considering selling a ring, remember the person buying it doesn't attach the same sentimental value to it.
The price of the rings will vary widely depending upon what type ofring it is. You will not be able to buy a new ring for much lessthan $100.
Depends on the weight of it.
It depends on what the band of the ring is made out of and the diamonds quality. It can be taken to a jeweler to find out a estimated value.
10 karat gold is a combination of gold and other metals that is actually less than half gold. Because of that the value of 10 Karat gold is going to be much less th…an 'bullion' gold, probably as little as 25% of bullion gold because of the effort necessary to reclaim for pure gold from the mixture. I say that ten carrot gold is worth 60 to 1oo dollars
It only has 37.5% Gold in it as oppposed to 24k which is pure gold. So on this scale I would think the equivalent of what you might pay for a good SS ring. Since there are no …other info to give a true basis I would not pay that much for it. It still depends on the gold content and weight etc. To me 9% is almost no gold content at all or maybe the same as a gold overlay.
in gold it is a measure of purity - in diamonds and precious stones it is a measure of size or weight.
Industrial grade that will be used to make drill bits and saw blades, about $2,000 on up (adjusting from prices thirty years ago). Highest grade diamonds have to be appraised,… but a perfectly cut flawless 10 carat diamond can be priceless depending on its history. If you are looking for a US dollar figure, $500,000 on up. For comparison, the Hope diamond, a rare blue diamond of about 43 carats, but with a storied history and a curse, is worth 200 to 300 million dollars. __________________ If, on the other hand, you're asking about a 10 karat ring (karats measure metal purity: carats measure diamond weight), the metal in the ring can be worth up to 10/24ths of the spot price of gold on the day that you sell it.
well, in pawn shops your lucky if you get $30.00, usually they'll only give you $20.00, but to buy a 10k gold ring is worth alot. you could sell it for anywhere from $50.00-$1…50.00 if your looking at buying a 10k white gold ring, i would say $50.00 is a reasonable price. no one in theyre right mind would sell it for less than 45.00
Your answer depends on whether the 10 karat refers to the metal or to the size of the diamond -- (properly 10 carat diamond). A diamond is valued according to its carat weigh…t, its colour, its cut and its clarity. Gold is valued according to the percentage of gold contained in the metal. Ten karat gold -- based on pure gold at 24 karats, is less than 50% pure gold. Take your jewelry to a local jeweler who can help you value the piece.
Anywhere between $250-$2000 it depends on who you get it from or where you get it from.
depends on the weight of the bracelet, and the workmanship. Heavier bracelet= more gold= more money.
as much as any one person is willing to pay for it.