Is Italian gold good?
Yes, Italian gold is good. There may be jewelry pieces that are sold at 14 karats. But most Italian jewelry tends to be sold as 18 karat/750+. Even more attractive than the amount of gold in each jewelry piece are the high production and design standards. Italian jewelry is considered to incorporate the finest of classical designs.
One reason for the high level of expertise in jewelry working is its historic concentration in the specialty areas of Campania, Lombardy, Tuscany, and Veneto. There, the expertise often is passed on through generations of artisan families. In fact, the attention to each stage in the processing of precious metals is so meticulous and draws on such longstanding traditions that Italy's economy counts on its solid revenues from gold, platinum and silver jewelry sales.
no actually it sucks
"Have a good night!" in English is Buonanotte! ("Good night!") or Sogni d'oro! ("Dreams of gold!") in Italian.
Italian gold is 14 ct. it is a softer gold
Is 9KT Italian Gold of value in the UK. I have a small amount of 9kt italian gold jewelery and wondered if it is worth selling
British Gold - 12.70 per gram Italian Gold - 52$ per gram
Oro is an Italian equivalent of the English word "gold." Specifically, the word functions as the singular form of a masculine adjective or noun. It means "gold" in both contexts. The pronunciation will be "O-ro" in Italian.
Brev. Is an abbreviation for brevettato which means "patented" in Italian. Found on Italian gold jewelry.
Generally the alpha letters stand for the Italian city the gold piece was manufactured in
unfortunately not, however considering one never finds out what happens to the gold this may be a good thing!
It means 12k gold
There are several ways to say gold in Italian. One of which is oro. You can find some others, as well as other language translations for this word on answers.com at the following link: http://www.answers.com/gold.
Did you mean 585 gold? 585 gold is 14K gold, sometimes Italian gold is marked 585 or 750- (18K gold)
Its brass not gold
Sono d'oro in Italian means "I'm (made) of gold" or "They're (made) of gold" in English.
È bene essere un italiano (It is good to be an Italian) "It is good to be an Italian!" in English is È bello essere Italiano! in Italian.
Italian gold is only worth More if you sell it to jewler that is going to resell it as a jewelry and not sell it off to be melted down into bars.
Birra dorata is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "gold beer." The feminine singular phrase models the Italian tendency to place adjectives after, not before, their nouns. The pronunciation will be "BEER-ra do-RA-ta" in Italian.
Gold comes from the latin; Aurum - this is also an Italian Liqueur
"Good" in English is buono in Italian.
The mark Decesare is an Italian Designer of fine gold jewelry.
On Google! Just search: Italian porcelain with a gold finish And then you'll get pictures in 10 seconds flat unless you have a slow computer.
European jewelry makers have a different way of marking the purity content of jewelry than does US makers. 325 on Italian gold means it is the equivalent of 9K in the US. It is not a high quantity of gold, but it does still contain (likely) 32.5% gold and 67.5% other metal(s).
Technically you shouldn't be buying gold at all. But if you must, whichever is your area of residence.
There is no difference.
depends how much you have
"Good night! Sweet dreams!" is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase Buona notte! Sogni d'oro! The feminine singular adjective and noun, masculine plural noun, preposition, and masculine singular noun translate literally into English as "Good night! Dreams of gold!" The pronunciation will be "BWO-na NOT-tey SO-nyee DO-ro" in Italian.
"Good morning!" in English is Buongiorno! or Buona giornata! in Italian. "Good morning!" in English is Buongiorno! in Italian.
"Divertiti" is a good name for an Italian restaraunt, because the word is Italian for "enjoy".
Yes, Italian food is good. Italian meals offer food which is good to look at, to smell, and to taste. Italian foods also tend to be good for the consumer because of attention to locally grown produce and avoidance of chemical inputs.
by mining gold
585 Marking on Italian jewellery indicates it is 14K gold
Buona notte e sogni felici! literally and Buona notte e sogni d'oro! preferably are Italian equivalents of the English phrase "Good night and happy dreams!" The second example translates literally into English as "Good night and dreams of gold!" The respective pronunciations will be "BWO-na NOT-tey SO-nyee fey-LEE-tchee" literally and "BWO-na NOT-tey SO-nyee DO-ro" preferably in Italian.
"It is good!" in English is È buono! in Italian.
Buongiorno is the Italian word for "good day" or "good morning."
The Italian horn.
"Your Italian is good!" in English is Parli un buon italiano! conversationally and Il tuo italiano è buono! literally in Italian.
Yes, Danecraft is an Italian company that makes both gold and silver jewelry.
Oro is Italian and Spanish for gold.....
925 is Italian silver
"Good night!" in English is Buonanotte! in Italian.
"Good! And you?" in English is Buono! E tu? in Italian.
"Good! How are you?" in English is Bene! Come stai? in Italian.
"Good night and sweet dreams!" is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase Buona notte e sogni d'oro! The feminine singular adjective and noun, conjunction, masculine plural noun, preposition, and masculine singular noun translate literally into English as "Good night and dreams of gold!" The pronunciation will be "BWO-na NOT-tey ey SO-nyee DO-ro" in Italian.
As far as I know Spanish gold has been the most expensive. Perhaps not the rarest but the most expensive
"Good, but not good enough!" in English is Buona ma non abbastanza (buona)! in Italian.
Gold is a good conductor of electricity.
well technically all gold is ''good gold'' but the californian gold was pretty high standard
"Good health" in English is buona salute in Italian.