What does the stamp 385 mean on jewelry?
There is not a stamp for jewelry that is 950. The stamp is .925 and it means the jewelry is sterling silver
A CP stamp on jewelry means commercially pure. If an item is titanium and has a CP stamp, it would mean commercially pure titanium.
330 on jewelry- ring what does it means
Well. 825 stamp on jewelry it is silver alloys; like 725 or 925 stamp is the same silver alloys. Sincerely: L.L.E.P.
what does 959 mean
It is important to understand the markings on jewelry. A 926 stamp in gold means that the jewelry is 92.6% pure gold.
On jewelry the 926 stamp typically means the piece of jewelry is made from 22 karat gold. This stamp is usually found on Italian made pieces of jewelry.
It stands for 22kt
The 925 stamp mean the jewelry made from 92.5 percent silver.
Not always the jewelry is stamped, however, no stamp doesnt mean it is not genuine.
On a swarovski ring, the stamp 58 refers to its size (large).
Whats 333 stamp mean on watches
Helzberg Diamond Store
It means HOUSE Of Bangles!
90% sterling silver
quality gold inc
A crown on an old piece of jewelry was a way to signify that the metal is real. You would see the metal stamp and then the stamp of a small crown.
Typically such letters are the initials of the person who designed and/or made the jewelry item.
The "XP" stamp is the signature of the factory that made it. It has no bearing on what it is actually made of.
The stamp 800 on gold jewelry likely means that the piece is old and not from the United States. The 800 denotes the amount of gold in the piece.
If a piece of jewelry is stamped with OTC 925, the OTC stamp is the name of the company that made the jewelry, OTC International. 925 is a common stamp on all sterling silver.
It means that there are 985 parts per 1000 of precious metal in your piece of jewelry
JJT is the Trademark stamp of the manufacturers of the jewelry for identification purposes.. in this case it is for J.J. Creations....
What is 729 stamp on jewelry
That is the million dollar question. :-)
It means that it is made out of sterling silver.
OS is Osmium which is platinum family
It means that piece of jewelry is expensive.
Silver plated jewelry, which is not totally real silver, would usually have an "A1" stamped on it
what carat is jewelry marked 385
A stamp of 915 on jewelry usually refers to the jewelry containing 91.5 percent silver mixed with 8.5 percent of another alloy. This alloy is usually copper. This stamp can also appear on both silver and gold-plated silver jewelry.
Jc is actually a stamp of the creators initial.
It stands for Charles Lyster and sons
Piercing pagoda logo stamp
C2 on a piece of jewelry is the stamp of jewelry maker Crystal Bruce. The jewelry line is called C2 Originals and is mostly sold in the states of Tennessee and Georgia.
When jewelry is stamped with C2, it is the manufacturer's stamp. Other items commonly found on jewelry is information on the metal that it is made from, and personal inscriptions.
JCM is the trademark stamp of the jewelry company Jacmel. Jacmel makes jewelry products and other gift products for Hallmark Cards.
More than likely, it is the maker's mark
CZ is a high quality man made diamond.
que siguinefica kcp en joyas
Elephant's symbolize wisdom, courage, stature and strength.
HDS is the maker's mark for Helzberg Jewelers.
what does 3 R(backwards R) K stamped on jewellery mean
the tg stamp on my bracelet means my husband, who recently passed away, had it put on the bracelet to remind me that he loved me. his intials were tg
The SK stamp on jewelry is the initials or mark of the maker or manufacturer. Often letters are stamped inside jewelry to show who made it.
The stamp CID on a piece of jewelry indicates that it was made by Clyde Duneier, Inc., a jewelry maker based in New York.
625 is a percentage of pure gold in the item. 62.5% = 15kt. 14kt is more popular and has a stamp of 585, which of course = 58.5%
Montreaux jewelry inc
It stands for J & C Ferrara jewelry co.