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2009-01-16 15:22:22
2009-01-16 15:22:22

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Yes. The yellow gold necklace it is mixture with red copper alloy and yellow bronze alloy, from 22k thru 10k.

It is depend on the other materials that are mixed into the gold. Every mix has a different dencity. 10K Green Gold 11.03 10K Yellow Gold 11.57 10K White Gold 11.07 10K Red Gold 11.59

Gold purity in jewelry is represented by how much -- on a scale of 24K being pure gold -- of the metal is gold. A 10K gold 'batch' will always be a 10K gold batch -- only 10/24ths of the batch is gold, whether solid or melted. And the same is true of a 14K gold 'batch'. In order to 'upgrade' 10K yellow gold metal to 14K yellow gold metal, the 10K metal must be melted, separated from whatever other metal is in the 'batch', then added to less other metal in order for the same gold to be 'upgraded' to 14K. Another option is to replace the 10K setting with a 14K setting.

It means it's 41.7% pure or 10K gold

Well, is very important to know any chain from 10k thru 22k it is not soft yellow gold;but it is alloys composition with copper, bronze, or brass in the soft yellow gold metal. But only in 24k it's yellow gold soft metal!

Either 14K or 10K white gold necklaces

good chance it means 10k gold filled but you can always take it to a pawn or jewelry store to have it gold tested

Well, the difference between gold and gold overlay, is that the gold 24k it is pure yellow gold metal; and yellow gold alloys it is 22k thru 10k Rhodium Plated. But is not white gold plated. Because it is yellow gold alloy's include copper, and Rhodium plated. That it is gold overlay.

Sounds like JTS is the maker's mark, and 10K means it's 10K gold (10/24 of pure).

10k Gold is a good material for someone who works outside, since 10k is more durable than 14 or 24k. A herringbone necklace would be the strongest style.

10K white gold will turn yellow

Can get dirty tarnish a bit but with cleaning will return to its color as if new

10K means 10/24ths gold. So 10K white gold is ten parts gold (pure gold is always yellow) plus 14 parts palladium or nickel to bleach the alloy white. According to wikipedia, it is silver that is used, not palladium or nickel.

10 kt gold is lighter yellow than 14 kt gold

The 10k identifies the metal as 10 karat white or yellow gold. Ud is probably the jewelers mark such as Ultra Diamond.

pure gold (24k) vs 41.7% (10k) gold.. you decide.

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 gold 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.

Real gold will have a stamp on it telling what it is. It should say 10K, 14K, 18K, 24K, or gold filled. Gold filled (GF) is not real gold. If the chain or pendant or ring doesn't have this on it then it isn't real gold.

10k 512 means, you have a 10k gold ring with 5.12carat's total gem weight.

10k gold = 41.67% gold 14k gold = 58.33% gold So 14k is the higher grade.

I had the same thing stamped on my 10k gold necklace. I called a jeweller and they weren't very helpful but they told me it was most likely the brand name.

10 karat (white or yellow) gold, flat style (nit bevelled) size 4

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