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What is 14kgf stand for on a ring?

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Answered 2011-09-13 12:54:27

14kgf means that the peice of jewellery is 14k gold. if GF is used, then the weight is not required.

I've got a necklace that is 1/20, 14kgf, meaning its 14k gold, and that its weight in gold is 1/20, or 5% of the actual gold.

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