it depends on style of necklace and weight. also if it is gold plated or not
That depends on the design (was it made by a famous jewelry designer?), weight (how much gold is there), and condition of the necklace.
It could be any weight. 14k gold means 14 karat gold and tells you the amount of pure gold in the necklace (58%). It tells you nothing about how heavy the necklace is. (24k gold is 100% pure, and is softer than 14k gold.)
Its not a gold necklace, its gold plated silver. If you don't give us the weight of the piece, no one can help you. Silver is not like a brand name or something, its a commodity, its valued by the weight, by exactly how much physical metal you have.
A gold necklace-
The weight of a necklace will depend on the type of material that is used when it is made. Necklaces can be many from many materials such as gold, silver, and platinum. The weight of the piece will be determined by the carat weight of the materials as well.
The average weight of 16" 18 kt necklace is 4 to 5 grams
that depends on its weight minimum the going price x the weight for 14 carats
Depends on the weight. 14k gold is 58.5% pure gold so find out the weight of your gold and multiply by 58.5% Or go to www.in-gold-we-trust.info and use our gold calculator to work out the value of all gold jewelry - you need to know the weight though.
14K GE on a gold necklace means that it is 58.5% gold that is gold electroplating.
my gold necklace says korea on the clasp is it real gold
9999 gold necklace with a 9999 gold cross price tag
If the necklace is solid 14K and has no other embellishments such as a gemstone, which would be part of its weight, then it's just a matter of converting the unit of measurement. So a necklace weighing 2 ounces equals 56.699 grams.
A 14kt gold necklace is worth about $70-$500 at the most!!!
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.
It could indicate KaraT Plated, meaning that the necklace is gold plated.
I have a gold necklace stamped 926 italy, is this real gold or silver?
The carat weight of the stones can be measured by a certified gemologist.
The GA means the Georgia Gold while CA means the Californian Gold on the gold necklace.
It signifies it is a rolled gold necklace (ie a form of gold plated necklace) with the base metal being a mix of Nickel and Silver.dose it have any value?
24karat gold - pure gold
It means 14 carat gold. "585" stands for 58.5% purity. meaning the necklace is 58.5% gold
No, gold as a meal does not rust. However, if you have a necklace with a gold charm or gold accents on it, the metal around it may rust or tarnish, and could ruin the gold.