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"14K G.O." Stands for 14K gold overlay. It is not solid 14K.
Jewelry marked with "14K CH gold" should denote pieces that have a 14K gold coating. It is usually put over copper jewelry.
There is a larger percentage of gold in a 14K piece of jewelry than a 10K piece.
14K, 18K, 9ct are the most popular you will also see 585 for 14k gold and 750 for 18k.
I would assume 14k refers to the karats - that is, the quality of the metal. And that Italy is the country where the jewelry was crafted.
14K GB means 14K (G)old over (B)ase metal.
JPK is Celtic jewelry maker
14k gold hallmarked by the Atlantic Jewelry Company.
EL is the maker's mark, it's solid 14k gold.
never heard of nc initials on 10k,14k,18k etc,unless it referred to the company initials,or the maker initials of the piece of jewelry.
In regards to jewelry, 14k pl means 14 karat gold plum. The pl shows that the jewelry will be 100 percent 14 karat.
PWJ 14K stands for Paul Winston Jewelry, and the company now specializes in Bridal jewelry under the True Romance brand name.
14K on jewelry means the percentage of gold on a jewelry. The higher the number, the higher the content of gold.
14K means 14 karat Gold MEX means it was made in Mexico
14K GP means fourteen karat -- gold plated.
How do you find out the value of a ring with rubies and diamonds if you can't decipher the missing number after '14k'?
go to a jewelry store
585 stands for 14k gold, 14k is 58.5% gold. the vl is the makers mark.
585 means 14k gold jewelry. I was wondering myself.
This is the quality stamp. The 14k represents the fact that part of the jewelry is made of 14 karat gold and the other parts of the jewelry is made of platinum. More than likely your jewelry is made of the majority 14k with a small part being platinum i.e.. the head holding the diamond.
585 stamped on jewelry is 14k. 14 karat jewelry is 58.5 percent pure gold. So it can be stamped 14k or 585. 10k = 41.6% or 416 14k = 58.5% or 585 18k = 75% or 750 22k = 91.6% or 916
A karat signifies how pure gold is and the higher it is the more gold there is. Pure gold, which is 100%, is too soft to use so it often has other metals mixed in to make more durable. 14 karat gold is 58% gold, 18 karat gold is 75% gold.
A karat signifies how pure gold is and the higher the more gold there is. Pure gold, which is 100%, is too soft to use so it often has other metals mixed in to make more durable. 14 karat gold is about 58.5% pure gold.
14K means 14/24, of 7/12, which is 58% gold. Unplated means that a) the jewelry is not simply plated with the 14K gold, but it is 14K gold through and through, and b) the 14K gold is not plated with anything else.
A lot of jewelers use 585 to mark their pieces nowadays. It is just another way of stamping 14K. 417 = 10K 585 =14K 750 = 18K
14K refers to the quality of the gold used in the manufacture of the jewelry. In this case it is 14 karat gold, or .585 pure gold. The AD is likely a manufacturers stamp for the jeweler.
If something if 14k, it is 14 karat gold. The GE portion would mean that part of the jewelry is not solid gold.
The "14k" in a stamp of "14k hds" on a ring or other piece of jewelry indicates the purity of the gold. The "hds" is the maker's mark for Helzberg Diamonds.
HMS is a company that specializes in 18k, 14k, 10k and platinum jewelry
That is the million dollar question. :-)
Columbian Emeralds International
14K is the Karat weight of the gold, or purity level. JTC is likely the goldsmith or company that produced the jewellery.
It is important to understand the markings on jewelry. 14K means that 14 of 24 parts are pure gold, XL is a measurement of size.
Sure, you can sell it to jewelry, pawn shop, or to me.
it should be 585 and that means 14k gold
The 925 stamp refers to what percentage of your jewelry is sterling silver and 14 k refers to the easiest way to know the quantity of pure metal in ring and in this case it means 14 parts out of 24 pure old or about 58.5% pure gold.
14K that originates in Asia or Europe may have this mark. Sometimes it is side-by-side to the numbers 585, which means that the item is 58.5% gold. So, 14K - 58.5% gold; 58.5% = 14K
ZRW Is the manufacturers mark or signature, the 14K is the amount of gold content in the jewelry. 14 Parts gold and 10 parts (Silver) or like non-ferrous metal. Its a good piece of jewelry if your looking to sell you can get a quote from a pawn shop and they can even test it for you if your selling
The EG mark stamped on jewelry is the EternaGold® brand. EternaGold® jewelry is virtually the world's strongest, most scratch-resistant type of 14K gold. The company is based in Tamarac, Florida.
It is important to know the meanings of markings on jewelry, it tells us about its quality and its creator. 14K PG means 14 carat plumb gold.
Made by G.B. Rinegold Jewelry Manufacturing Company, which was based in New York and known for their beautifully styled 14k gold handmade bangles.
did you ever get an answer to this? I would like to know as well.
14k gold dermal tops 2mm size
'PC' means that the diamond or gold ect. in the jewelry are real.
it means 14 karat gold plated
Hi,It is 14 carat gold.Regards
PPC is a makers mark for Princess Pride Creations.