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it means gold plated

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Q: What does 18k GP mean when stamped on a neckless?
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What is 18K GP stamped on jewelry means?

18k gold plate (a thin layer) often over silver.

What does GP mean when it's stamped on a 24K GP necklace?

Gold Plated

What is 18k GP?

Gold plated

If the jewelry is stamped 14k GP what that mean?

it means 14 karat gold plated

I'm looking to buy a ring that says it 18k white gp ring what does that mean?

it means that the ring is made of another metal and overlayed with white gold. The GP stands for Gold Plated

What Does 14K GU mean stamped on a piece of Jewelry?

14K GP means fourteen karat -- gold plated.

How much for a plain 18kgp chain cost?

It depends on what you mean. A stamping of 18K GP usually means 18K gold plating (over base metal) in which case it would cost very little because the plating is very thin and basically worthless and base metal is really cheap. On the other hand, 18K GP could possibly mean that GP were the makers mark (it most likely would be plated, but I suppose GP could be initials and the chain could be solid 18K) in which case it would cost money depending on the weight. As a general rule of thumb, consider a price of pure gold to be $50 per gram, and since 18K gold is 75% pure, you'd have a price of $37.5 per gram of your 18K chain and so it would depend on weight. A tiny, thin chain meant as a bracelet might cost $30-50 while a large chunky "70s looking" chain might cost upwards of $500.

What does gp mean in basketball?

GP = Gary Payton! :-)

What is the lowest GP you can have to get into Harvard university?

Did you mean GP or Net Worth?

What does the baseball statistic GP mean?

In baseball GP stands for Games Played.

What is the means of GP Rating?

Do you mean what does it mean, acording to me, There is no GP rating anymore, it is not used anymore, besides it mean General Patronage.

Can you pawn a 18K GP?

the GP stands for 'gold plated' which means that the item is not gold all the way through. Chances are your local pawnshop will not take the item. If it is Silver plated with gold you could possibly get a dollar or two on the item but that's not always the case.

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