We tell real gold by its weight.
You can't use a magnet to determine if something IS gold. However, if the specimen reacts to the magnet is is certainly NOT gold.
White gold has a certain sound when dropped...the sound is usually high pitched. Now if its not real.....then when dropped it will make a very low pitched sound.
You can tell if a ring is real gold or not by putting it near a magnet. If the ring is attracted to the magnet it is not real gold, real gold is not magnetic at all.
White gold has a certain sound when dropped...the sound is usually high pitched. Now if its not real.....then when dropped it will make a very low pitched sound. hope it helps!
If it's sterling silver, it is not magnetic. Real gold and silver are not magnetic.
You can tell if Mexican gold jewelry is real by looking for a stamp on the metal. Real gold will have 10 kt, 14kt, 18kt, 24kt stamped into it.
by identify the color
you can tell this by a machine called gold canic and its cumber sum
by pooing on it
Fake gold, or "fools gold" has a foul sulfur odor while real gold does not. Usually, you can rub the gold and sniff it to determine if it is real or fake.
Sounds like you have a 14 caret white gold necklace made in Italy. Yes, it is gold and is fine jewelry not costume or play. It is real. When you see 14K on something that means it is good and not junk.
You can tell if you have a real gold necklace by checking its hardness, luster, specific gravity, streak, cleavage, and fracture, if all the properties match with the properties of gold you have a gold necklace.
To tell the truth no, white is a shade.
Real gold is more malleable than fools gold; however, banks normally do not deal with gold.
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No . It doesn't. Loser.
You can tell by looking at the claps . It should have it engraved.
I was wondering the same thing. I can tell real gold from fake just by looking and the 'gold' that i saw that had FAS on it was surely not real gold.
You can take your jewelery to a local jeweler, who can tell you if the diamonds are real or not.
There are several ways to tell if you have real gold. The first way would be to see if it is magnetic because real gold will not stick to a magnet. Another way to tell is to look up what the dimensions of your gold piece should be and compare it to your own because gold tends to be very uniform in coins, and bars.
bite them and see but not to hard.