Star Gold "could" be the brand! 925 used mostly on silver items!
375 if stamped on a gold necklace means it is a 9 karat gold peice. commonly found in Australian and European gold jewelery.
what does O mean on a gold necklace
What does KA 1772 mean on a silver necklace
I think it means 10k gold
I was given a necklace with 24KGB stamped on it. What does this mean?
I have very old necklace stamped 356 also with a Crown stamped also.
The name of the company. If there is no gold listed it is most likely a gold tone metal.
from what i read it is piercing pagonda mall stuff
Most likely a makers mark.
Almost pure silver
Most likely it is Gold shell (gold plated) But it could be a jewelers mark.
750/1000 gold is equal to 18k so 75% gold
375 stamped on any type of precious metal jewelry is generally an indicator of the percentage of precious metal. In your case, your silver is likely 37.5% silver.
It means that it is gold electroplated silver. The 925 means purest silver. The piece is not gold, it is silver.
It means that it was manufactured in Canada.
14 KJ stamped on a necklace means it is 14 karat gold. This number signifies purity of gold, a top standard in jewelry.
Hi anything with PL before or after 18 k or 9k is an indication that the item is gold plated with a thin layer of gold on top of a base metal or sometimes silver. Daniel
I assume you mean "18K". It is called "vermeil", meaning gold-plated silver.
It is the companies logo
14KGS means gold over silver so not all gold
925 is a standard marking for Sterling Silver, thus making it a silver ring, not gold.
It means it is 10K white gold.
The proportion of gold/silver is 10%.
what does 24kgr stamped on a necklace mean
The stamp means that the piece is 58.5% gold. The balance is other non-gold metals such as copper and silver. 24 karat is pure gold. So 14 karat is 14 of 24 parts pure.