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"GE" means gold electroplate the rest are the initials of the designer
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A: The GE usually stands for Gold Electroplate. The rest is the initials of the designer. Gold Electroplating is done by taking a silver ring, plating it with copper, and the…n plating the copper with 18kt gold. The gold (18kt) is so thin it essentially has no value. Jewelers will not generally size a GE ring, if it is sized you will see the plating flake off, and there will be three colours visible, the gold plating, the copper, then the silver. A GE ring is essentially costume jewellery.
is a 18k gersc is it really gold?
The GE usually stands for Gold Electroplate, the rest is the initials of the designer.
It means the gold setting is 18 karat gold.
Silverado mined gold
14 karat its kind of like how much gold is in it ** 14k gold is approximately 58% pure gold... meaning 14/24 of gold.. 24 being pure.
The 10K relate to the purity of the gold. If you divide 24k, which is the symbol for pure gold, by 10 the answer is .416666, which means that 10K is 41.66% pure gold. The Coro…na marking is a makers mark. In this case Corona is a Jewellery manufacturing company located in Canada
The weight and purity are not related. A karat is a measure of purity when talking about gold, while a karat for a diamond is dependent on size so if the 10K and the 18K rings… are approximately the same size, I would say that the 18K is heavier
Most likely it is the manufacturers initials. ** if the "SW" is on a ring then it could be the makers mark or it could refer to the stone if there is one.. more details about… the ring would be needed.. usually this refers to a pearl.. meaning authentic Akoya Saltwater pearl.
14k is the purity of the gold - also known as 58.5% pure. The ZMR refers to the manufacturer which is a New York, NY based jewelry manufacturer - Zamir Llc.
A gold ring that is stamped with 10 K F means that the ring is 10 karats. The F means that the ring is considered fine jewelry.
ZCI stands for Zimbabwe Copper Industries who now also make gold
Manufacturer is Herff Jones and the material is 10 k gold.
i think its how many carat gold its made up of
What does JWER mean on jewelry have a white gold 10 k anniversary ring with 10 k on one side and JWER on other side?
Short for Jewelry