What does gold ring markings GWR U72 mean?
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gold and silver marks . \nSterling silver rings are usually marked "sterling" or "925."\n. \nGold is usually marked with the karat, such as 10k, 14k, etc., but may also be… marked 916 (22k), 750 (18k), 585 (14k), 417 (10k). European marks can also be 375 or 333, 9 8k respectively.
the markings on jewellery to prove its white gold
okay, i have had quite a bit of research for this for you (currently at 4.32am in the morning and needing much deprived sleep) but anyway, i found an answer from www.about.com… which hopefully answers your question... "The karat marking on your gold jewelry should be accompanied by a hallmark or trademark that identifies its maker. The item's country of origin might also be included." Perhaps if it is not the artist of the ring who produced the piece, then perhaps it is the country like England for example. unfortunately, my grandfather who is a watchmaker would know this grand question but is sleeping at this hour i imagine hope u have some luck cheers, d
Yes, Grey=Low in iron Black could mean that the person is anemic.
GA is proablbly the makers mark or Sponsors mark as its known.
It was stolen, recovered, then resold
The mark 14 Bk signifies how much gold carats are in the ring/the value the ring has.
Filled or "Gold Filled" Sometimes it will say GF
Well, the mark of white gold depends how the jewelry industry makes it; can be W. G. 10k, W. G. 14k, W. G. 18k or 18k-14k-18k-22k this depends on how pure color white is insid…e and outside ; or like 18k is 750 out the U. S. A.. In the industry it depends of the formula quality, pure solid white gold their use. For example, in yellow gold with Rhodium can be 18k G. RH. 14k G. RH. 10k G. RH. or regular mark 10k,14k,18k,22k.or can use only like W. 10k to 22k. My best opinion to the consumer, see web page Living Life Enterprises Presents.
What does JG mean on inside of ring
its is 24 carat gold or 100% pure gold ring. But is unlikely to be , no one make 24 carat gold ring
OB stands for Ostby and Barton
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I was asking the same exact question. Hopefully someone will know and give a good answer. Very curious to know who is g.w.r. and if they are still around.
It is usually one or two letters before or after the gold sign. Sometimes it is not there at all and the only thing that is needed is how much gold the item has.
Yes some custom made rings do not have a mark ; Regular gold ring have a mark can be 10k - 14k - 18k - 22k , No ring can be 24k Yellow gold is to soft can break easy . White g…old is better if you mix it with very good metal alloys;or with yellow gold to make pure color solid inside and outside white gold alloy, 10k thru 21k; yellow gold with rhodium is not better to make white gold, because in one year it can loose the white color; all metal yellow gold or white gold from 10k thru 22k is called alloy of gold ; because it is made with different kinds of precious metals . Only 24k yellow gold People can call pure gold. you do not need yellow gold to create pure solid color white gold alloy formula, You can see the web. Living Life Enterprises Presents . Sincerely in Business from 1982.
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The 10k is the amount of gold. Ten parts with another metal base.The initials are most likely the company or designer.