Actually you're probably asking how to value a 14-karat gold ring given a price you know for 24-karat gold.
You can calculate the answer given the known value of 24-karat gold per ounce, by weighing the 14-karat gold ring to discover its weight.
Then you can calculate the value of the gold using the 24-karat gold price, and divide this number by 24. Then multiply that number by 14, and you'll have the answer you want.
Depends on the weight of it.
"Karat-weight." The same as "14k."
Grams refers to the weight of the ring and karats refers to the type of gold the ring is. 14 karat gold rings are made in different sizes so the ring would need to be weighed to figure out the grams.
The gold content in 14 karat is 58.3%.
It means the ring you have is 14 karat gold.
On a ring, the 14K SD stands for the karat and the maker of the ring. The 14 K means 14 karat. The SD is usually the initial of the maker or the manufacturer.
Carat - the English way of spelling Karat
NO it will not
It means the ring is made out of 14 karat gold.
The ring should state if it is 14 or 24 K. If it doesn't it may not be gold. Take it to a jeweler.