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It means 37.5 percent gold, or 9 karat.
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Markings on white gold are normally placed to indicate the level of purity of the gold. Different manufacturers use varied types of markings on their products.
Gold 9ct gold contains 37.5% pure gold (375 parts per thousand parts). 14ct gold contains 58.5% pre gold (585 parts per thousand parts). 18ct gold conta…ins 75% pure gold (750 parts per thousand parts).
Its 37.5% pure gold which basically means you have a 9 carat gold bracelet
375 means 37.5% gold content. 37.5% of pure gold (24 karat) yields 9 karats. 375 is 9 karat gold.
The 375 very well might be an indication of 9 karat gold which has 41.7% gold content.
means it is .375 pure gold. 9k / 24k = .375. Formula holds true for any karat. 14k is marked as 585 and 10k is marked as 417
It indicates that the ring is made of 9k gold. Probably European in origin.
9ct/ karat gold
It means it is 9 carat gold assayed in Birmingham, England. The F denotes which year it was hallmarked - depending on the style of the F you can work out the year.
375 Gold filled usually means that the bangle has been made hollow with 9ct (375)_ is the hallmark for 9ct. Then filled with a less expensive material like silver or copper to… add weight and strength but without the added cost of a solid 9ct bangle.
I have a 9ct gold ring (with pink sapphires) which has this marking on it, it is made by Angus & Coote jewellers. **375 stamp means 9ct gold - 37.5% pure gold, or 375 parts… per 1000. This can be stamped on white gold or yellow gold. 585 is 14ct gold, 750 is 18ct, and 1000 is 24ct or PURE GOLD. Guessing AC16 is Angus & Cootes stamp.
Most likely, yes. 375 is 37.5%; 9 karat gold. However, beware that people can easily buy and use stamps and stamp whatever they want as gold! Have it tested if you're further …curious.