Q: What is 925 GNC What does it mean on jewelry? Write your answer...
what is that 925 nan
What does RGO .925 12k that is imprinted on my ring mean?
925 usually means its sterling silver, custume jewelry is usually made of a base metal. The value of costume jewelry is based on condition, manufacturer, and detail/fashion and age. No some costume jewelry is valuable depending on the things mentioned above. Sterling silver is more valuable than just base metal which is a combination of nickle and other common metals but it is much softer than silver. Its hard to compare in a general statement because it depends on the particular piece you are comparing to. Alot of fine jewelry today is made of sterling silver (925) and semi-precious and precious stones and it is not concidered costume. I believe costume is a term used when discribing fashion jewerly. There are also many costume pieces of jewelry that are more expensive then "gold" pieces. I've seen necklaces costing over $25,000. and there not made of "gold". If it isn't gold it's costume and even if it is gold it may be costume. Ask any jeweler. As stated above, value is determined by the same criteria as any other collectible.
On jewelry, "925" indicates that it is made of 92.5% silver.
You are going to die if you continue to wear this piece of jewelry. 925 is the silver content, sterling silver.
Italian gold jewelry stamped "HCT 925" indicates that the piece is made of gold-plated silver. The "925" means silver no matter what color. "HCT" is the trademark of Floridian jewelry company, Harcourt, Inc.
925 means 22kt gold or 18 kt gold
925 is a marking for sterling silver , Italy is where it is from and ITAOR Is the designer of the jewelry .