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Does 417 Italy stamped on a necklace mean its real?

The # "417" is the quality of gold in the piece. It is 10 karat out of a 24 karat scale. 10 % 24 = .417 which = 41.7% pure gold. The word "Italy" just refers to its country of (MORE)

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What does .417 AV mean?

417 = 10k gold. AV is likely the makers mark. Assuming you are seeing this on a ring or other pirce of jewelry.

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Is 417 prime?

A prime number only has factors of 1 and itself. 417 can be expressed as 3 · 139, so it is a composite number.

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What does 417 MB on a gold bracelet mean?

The 417 marking means the item is 10K gold. There are 24 karats in pure gold. 10K gold is 41.7% or .417 pure (divide 10 by 24). Visit the link below to learn more about vari (MORE)