How can you tell if a silver ring is real?
take it to a metalsmith or jeweller to check....
If you ring is not real silver you will be able to tell, if your finger where your ring is placed goes green. If I have eaten too many foods with acid in them, all of my rings including my Gold rings turn my fingers green. Silver should have .925 stamped on it.
you can tell it's real by the silver. If its real silver it is real. Get it?? I hope that helped you.
I have a sterling silver ring with an emblem of Roman numerals could it have a real ruby and diamond?
Can a ruby be real in a sterling silver ring
'Sterling' silver is real silver. Any item that is described as 'Sterling' silver will always be real silver as 'Sterling' is actually the name gives to the 925 purity of silver. Sterling is 92.5% purity. This is the standard of real silver as we know it. It will also be hallmarked with the number of fineness at 925, as classified internationally as Sterling Silver.
(This applies to silver, I'm not sure about gold.) If you are wearing a fake silver ring, after wearing it for about half an hour you will see that your finger where the ring has been has gone a bit green. It will eventually go back to it's original colour though. Also if you go to any shop which sells real gold and silver they should be able to tell you if it is real… Read More
Your ring is definitely real, as it is not imaginary. It is also a genuine silver ring. The 925 is the silver content in the ring. The other 7.5% is another metal alloy, usually copper. 925 is also known as sterling silver. The country is where your ring was made.
It is a real .925 sterling silver cubic zirconia ring.
A fake ring will have lots of color to it. You should also be able to see flaws inside a real diamond such as small air pockets. Real diamonds also have code numbers on them which only a diamond..
all you have to do is the ring
International Silver is, as far as I can tell, a brand owned by the Lifetime Sterling company, and is sterling silver, which is real silver but not pure silver.
Depending on the number you see inside the ring (for silver rings it is .925 most of the time) These numbers tell you how "pure" the precious metal you are wearing is and keeps others guessing if your ring is just a fake looking silver colored ring or an authentic silver ring.
In the US, "real" silver would be marked 925 or higher, like 950 or 999. Any number lower than this is not considered "real" silver in the US.
if its not stamped
it is real but there is only about 3 left
You show it to an expert and they'll tell you.
If it's sterling silver, it is not magnetic. Real gold and silver are not magnetic.
It should have the stamp 925 on it if it is real silver.
I wsnt sell silver dollar 1804 year.
Its only value is in the amount of the metal silver contained within it, which I cannot tell you because you didn't give me the weight of the ring
The NV in your ring means that your ring was made from the Nevada Silver Mines which in turns mean that your ring is Sterling Silver. The next letters you are referring to is au which is the periodic symbol for Gold meaning thet your ring is in fact real gold.
if it is magnetic it is fake.
yes they would
no its gold plated, usually a silver or copper ring
On coins nowadays if you look at the ridges around the edge of coins you can tell its not silver by it will be a copper and silver color. if its real silver it will be a whole silver color no copper color
The short answer is no. Real 9K or more gold is not magnetic, nor is silver. If you find that ur ring or necklace is sticking to a magnet it is plated and is not real.
5 NV means the ring is a size 5 and the NV stands for Nevada Silver but it does not come from Nevada lol its just what they called it, it is still real sterling silver
You could take it to a jewelers and have them check for you.
The best way to tell if a ring is silver or platinum is by taking it to a jeweller. Otherwise you can read other ways of doing it in the EHow article in the related links section.
Not many fake coins are made from real silver or gold. Take it to a jeweler to be tested, most will do this for you.
There is a Registered Trademark at the bottom, which is very small and you can see with the use of Magnifying Glass.
A silver ring is most likely made of silver.
the way to find out if something is real silver take it to a jelery shop and ask them to tell you because they will give you the correct answer.
A ring to be considered gold must be 10k or above and stamped inside the band of the ring 10k, 14k, 18k. If it isn't stamped more than likely it is not real gold. If in doubt about the value of a ring take it to a jeweler who can tell you about it.
No, you can not make a gold ring into a silver ring. RuneScape does not have any silver rings you can make or wear.
It should have a hallmark somewhere on the jewellery.
You can tell if it makes your neck go black, or if the silver chips off after a while...
when you put on a ring keep it on for about an hour or two and then take it off and if your finger is green or a dark green or a fade green it is fake but if your finger is plan like when you first put it on most likely your ring is real.
well you could take it to a jeweler's
Wet it and rub it on your skin, if their is a green smudge then it's fake. If it does not smudge then it's real.
It is the silver content in the ring. 988 is 98.8% silver.
PAD 925 for a sterling silver ring describes the chemical makeup of the silver in the ring. Generally the number correlate to percentages of metal in the silver alloy.
An easy way to tell if the Sterling Silver is real is by putting a magnet to it. If the magnet attracted to it, it isn't real. Don't rely on just a stamp, they can still be fakes. My sister works at a pawn shop and you'd be surprised at the lengths people go through to try to get money.
If a ring has a stamp of 685 on the inside of it, it means that the ring is 68.5 percent silver. This type of silver is harder than silver that is of higher quantity.
There are a number of different ways to tell. The quickest and easier is the fog test: a real diamond will disperse the heat from your breath for immediately, the setting: such as 10k, 14k or 18k stamps inside the setting, anything with a C.Z (cubic zirconia) usually indicates that the diamond is not real, a jewelers loupe and also if it has rainbow reflections if you look at it from the top.
It may mean that the ring is made of sterling silver.
A tea pot warmer that is real silver will be marked. If it has no markings, it is likely not real silver, even if it is tarnished. Though you may still want to have it checked in case the markings have been worn away through damage.
Take it to a local coin collector and see what he or she says.
it a silver ring or gold over silver ring with cubic zar /AKA fake diamond !!!!!!!!!!!
it tells you about the puarity of silver used to make that ring
It is the authenticity of the diamond contained inside your silver ring.