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# Which is worth more 24k or 14k gold?

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24k is worth more that 14k.

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14K Gold is 14 parts gold and 10 parts other metals 24K gold is 24 parts gold (out of 24 parts) as 24K has a higher gold content, if you have the same weight of both metals, than the 24K gold will be more valuable. 10 grams of 14K is worth the same as 5.833 grams of 24K

Are you asking if you alloy the 24K how much 14K would you get? Or how much 14K in 24K? Well,24K is 24K.14K is when it is alloyed.

Pure gold is 24k, so you can't go higher and have 26k gold.

In terms of monetary value, 24K is worth more than 10K. But this isn't always desired, as 24K is more delicate than less pure gold (10K, 14K, 16K, 18K, etc.).

Depends on the weight. Typically 14K is worth half of pure 24K gold. Pure 24K is over \$1300/ounce at the moment so a 14K chain would be around \$650 (if it weighs an ounce)

The price fluctuation of gold and that the gold can be 14k 18k 24k or some other percentage of gold makes an answer difficult. At 14k the gold is worth 60 % of it weigh at the current gold exchange rate 18K 75% and 24k 100%. 4 grams is 1/7 of an ounce only when the gold is 24K

If you have a 14k gold chain it is only worth 65% of what 1 oz of gold is worth because 14k g.f. Is only 20% of the weight of a 1 oz chain 14k solid gold is 65% of a 1 oz gold chain 24k solid gold is a !00% of solid gold if an oz of 24k solid gold is at a \$1000 an oz then a 14k solid gold chain is only worth \$650 a 14k g.f. Chain is solid gold with an alloy for hardning pored over a metal core 14k solid gold is solid gold mixed with an alloy such as copper for hardning for longer ware 24k solid gold is solid gold with no alloys at all and is a very soft metal i hope that i anwserd your question , gig204@aol.com

pure gold (24k) vs 41.7% (10k) gold.. you decide.

I don't know what you mean by, "better", but 10K has less gold in it than 14K does. By the way, 24K gold is more or less pure gold.

Gold is always more valuable than silver, and 24K gold is the most valuable.

14k gold diamond earrings are usually available in 24k gold as well. Call the manufacturer to see if they carry it.

How much are 50 grams bar 24k gold Read more:

24ct if it is real and you can get hold of it

I read somewhere that it takes about 1.77 or 1.74 ounces troy of 14k gold to make(smelter) out 1 ounce (troy) of 24k gold. I am trying to find the web site where I read that.. To get 10oz troy of 24k you would need around 17.4 to 17.7 oz troy of 14k

No. Gold (as in 24K pure gold) is an element. However, 14K gold is a mixture of gold, copper, nickel and tin. 14K means it is 14/24ths gold, and 10/24ths another metal. BTW, pure 24K gold is almost never used for jewelry- it is too soft, and will bend. Most good gold jewelry is 14K.

I'm no expert, But i think it would depend on the size and weight of the earrings. So yes and no. Hope that helps. Gold plating is micro thin, the 24k plate would amount to far less gold than the solid 14k.

Gold can be both soft and hard depending on how pure it is, pure gold (24K) is softer than a gold alloy. And the lower the number the harder it is. 10K is harder than 14K, 14K is harder than 18K, and 18K is harder than 24K (pure gold).

24K Gold Purity - 100% 24K Gold Purity - 75% 14K Gold Purity - 58.33%

14k; it means the gold is 58.6% pure. 24k is 100% pure.

whats it worth any they any contect out for who found it a 24k gold 2011 dime

It depends how heavy it is. It could be thick and solid, or thin and delicate. 14k gold means 14 karat gold and tells you the amount of pure gold in the ring (58%). It tells you nothing about how heavy the ring is. (24k gold is 100% pure, and is softer.)

gold can be both soft and hard depending on how pure it is, pure gold (24K) is softer than a gold alloy. And the lower the number the harder it is. 10K is harder than 14K, 14K is harder than 18K, and 18K is harder than 24K (pure gold).

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