The stamps only indicate the carat of metal. They do not indicate the color of the metal. So for example an 18ct yellow gold ring would have a stamp of 750 as would an 18ct white gold ring.
For 9ct gold the stamp will normally be the number 375
For 14ct gold the stamp will normally be the number 585
For 18ct gold the stamp will normally be the number 750
the type of karat
pick your nose look at the white gold and compare the 2 if they looke alike its not gold
On most 18KT jewelry you will see a small stamp on the inside of the band identifying it as just that "18KT".
no, gold does not always need a number on it. most gold pieces don't, some like rings and other few thing might have a number saying how much karates it has but it can still be real gold if it doesnt have a number. :)
the type of karat
750 denotes 18ct gold
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No, you cannot turn yellow gold into white gold. White gold, yellow gold, and rose gold are all alloys of pure gold. You can only turn pure gold into white gold.
White gold is made out of Gold and a white metal such as Nickel or Palladium.
You can get white gold from the best, Pure Solid White Gold Formula alloys !
White gold is a gold alloy.
The yellow gold dipped with Rhodium plated it is not white gold ... It is alloys of yellow gold with Rhodium plated... Only "Pure Solid White Gold formula" it is the real white gold inside and outside white; Life time guaranties!
Well, 18k white gold it is alloys of different quality of precious metal that pass 18k acid test and magnet test ... Yellow gold alloys with Rhodium plated it is not white gold ... White gold its 18k+ white gold inside and white gold outside forever !
It depends on the Karat weight. 18K white gold is 75% gold and 25% alloy, 14K white gold is 58% gold and 42% alloy, 9K white gold is 32% gold and 68% alloy. White and yellow gold have exactly the same gold content. The only difference is the alloy mixed with the gold. White gold is usually yellow gold mixed with silver, palladium or nickel.