Someone want to decipher this ring information.

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  1. mythar

    mythar Active Member Silver Stacker

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    Going through a jewellery collection and found this on a ring that is supposed to be gold. Don't have a chance to get it tested right now so what do we think it means (or know)?


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    mythar Active Member Silver Stacker

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    Interesting. Thanks for the link! It's actually rather crudely joined so I had my concerns. So it's basically 1k gold :)
     
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    NO
    10K is are American hallmarks .
    They have to be special & make 10K/C unlike the rest of the world is 9K/C
     
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    I miscounted anyway. But according to the link the amount of 10k gold in the ring is 1/20th of the total. So the total pure gold content is 1/48th or a little over 2%

    Either way I've learned something
     

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