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Answered 2012-09-18 02:55:37

"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.

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The 14 k stamp simply means it is a 14 karat gold electroplate and not plated 14 k thg.


That would mean 14 karat gold.


What does 14 k mc mean


K most usually stands for "thousand". 14 K would be 14,000.


It is a computer storage measurements. 14 kilabites.


BA probably is the name of the jeweler / artisan. While 14 K is the gold contents!


14 karat is the measurement of the gold's purity.


14 (K)arat (Y)ellow gold


The mass of a 10 kilogram necklace is 10,000 grams. Very heavy. If the questioner, intended 10 k to refer to value, they should have said what currency and what material the necklace was made of.


==> 3k+14=k ==>3k-k=-14 ==>2k=-14 ==>k=-7 ans...


this means that the metal is plated with 14 k gold


You have a 14 karat gold piece of jewelry made in Bristol.



It means it's 14 k gold



14 kt or 14 k refers to pureness of the gold or gold plating. Pure gold is 24 karat. There is nothing in your description that would help determine whether the necklace is 1 week old or 200 years old.


If it is a mark on jewelry, it means that the piece is 14 karat gold plated, not solid gold.


Yes, 14 K has more gold that 10 K


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It means the ring is made of 14 k gold and Platinum! It does NOT mean it is plated....


k=thousand so 14 thousand or 14000


The CZ normally stands for Cubic Zirconia


zz is manufacture , 585 means its 14 k gold


If: k/14 + 9 = 13 Then: k = 56



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