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No. 14 karat gold is about

  • 60% gold
  • 30% silver
  • 10% palladium
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DN 14K stands for a diamond necklace that is 14 karats of gold. 14K is the amount of gold or alloy that is in the necklace.


14K GE on a gold necklace means that it is 58.5% gold that is gold electroplating.


It could be any weight. 14k gold means 14 karat gold and tells you the amount of pure gold in the necklace (58%). It tells you nothing about how heavy the necklace is. (24k gold is 100% pure, and is softer than 14k gold.)


it means it is 14 carat gold chain made in Italy


DQ means Diamonique, CZ means Cubic Zirconia, JCM is the makers mark and 14k is the karat of your gold. So your necklace is real 14k gold, but the stones in it are Cubic Zirconias made to look like diamonds. JCM is the signature of the company that made your necklace.


how much is a 14k necklace worth that weighs 4.05 grams how much is a 14k necklace worth that weighs 4.05 grams how much is a 14k necklace worth that weighs 4.05 grams


It means REAL 14K Gold, 58.3% Solid Gold. GCJ is the manufacturer


It means it is a 14k gold necklace.


It is possible that it could be 14k gold as some foreign jewellery is not marked but the best way to find out for sure is to take it to your local jeweller who should be able to test it


It tells you the proportion of gold in it.


Depends how long it is!!!!!!!!!! ----------------- And how much it weighs.



If your gold necklace marked 14k look silver, if the gold metal color it is silver and pass 14k acid test, magnet test it is white gold mix with silver alloy's ! Sincerely: see: LIVING LIFE ENTERPRISES PRESENTS WIX. in GOOGLE .COM and Answers.com for the Best information !


i would say that it would be around $400.00 - $2,000.00.


You could but I wouldn't advise it, I would look after the jewellery


If the necklace is solid 14K and has no other embellishments such as a gemstone, which would be part of its weight, then it's just a matter of converting the unit of measurement. So a necklace weighing 2 ounces equals 56.699 grams.


"pg" on a necklace, ring ect. stands for plated gold ; meaning the jewelry is not completely gold, its a different gold with 14k plated over it.


I have my Grandmothers necklace it say 14k ch what does that mean? I know gp or p mean gold plate but dont know about this if anyone can help ?


9K gold is the lowest and 24K is the highest quality. So considering that 14K gold is about in the middle, it is decently good quality. From experience, I would say it is good quality because I have a 14K gold filled necklace and it has lasted for a while now.


According to the current value of gold, 3 grams of a 14K gold necklace is worth $68.36. Keep in mind that the price of gold changes daily.


If you have a 14k gold chain it is only worth 65% of what 1 oz of gold is worth because 14k g.f. Is only 20% of the weight of a 1 oz chain 14k solid gold is 65% of a 1 oz gold chain 24k solid gold is a !00% of solid gold if an oz of 24k solid gold is at a $1000 an oz then a 14k solid gold chain is only worth $650 a 14k g.f. Chain is solid gold with an alloy for hardning pored over a metal core 14k solid gold is solid gold mixed with an alloy such as copper for hardning for longer ware 24k solid gold is solid gold with no alloys at all and is a very soft metal i hope that i anwserd your question , gig204@aol.com


Either 14K or 10K white gold necklaces


bought 14k necklace hollowfilled necklace has marked 888 on clasp end what does this mean?


It's 14k gold (14 out of 24 metal components are gold) and IPS is the mark used by imperial pearls- a fine pearl jeweler.


A 14K gold shell means that it is not solid gold. It is a lot like plating. Only the outside is gold.



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