silver & 14k gold jewelry
silver & 14k gold jewelry
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Today silver & 14k gold jewelry is very high in demand. FastDropShip creates a combined reputation that customers will think of it whenever they want to buy silver & 14k gold jewelry. On our pages you'll find elegant works of art created by skilled craftsmen. Jewelry is your most important fashion accessory, as it the first thing people notice about you.

Karat is a measure of fineness of gold. Purity of gold is measure from 1 to 24 karat. The word karat derives from the carob bean, used as a measure of weight in the ancient world. Karat indicates the amount of pure gold in the metal. One karat equals 1/24 (0417%), so that 14 karats is 14/24 fine gold and the balance (10/24) alloy. If the gold content of an alloy is less than 10/24 the object cannot be represented as karat gold.
18K gold jewelry is 75% gold jewelry; 14K gold jewelry is 58.5% gold jewelry; and 10K is 41.6%. Jewelry is commonly 9K to 18K. 14 karat is 14 parts pure gold to 10 parts of other metals. The European marking for 14 karat gold jewelry is 585; for 18K it is 750.

Karat will tell you that the piece is real gold and the percentage of pure gold it contains. The higher the percentage of pure gold the higher the karat. Pure (100%) gold is too soft, and it is usually mixed with other metals (gold alloys) to make it stronger and more usable for jewelry. Pure gold, or 24K, has a deeply warm and rich color, but it is extremely soft and easily damaged. The higher the karatage, the richer the color will be and the more costly.

With metals or alloys such as copper or iron pyrite, copying gold color is easy and they will look just as the gold as the real 14k gold jewelry. One should know that silver & 14k gold jewelry don't change in color, rust or corrode or fade. Gold and silver are beautiful and imperishable, and exquisite objects can be made from them. These precious metals can be shaped to any size or shapes. FastDropShip ' goal is to provide you the highest quality in silver & 14k gold jewelry; bracelets, chains, necklaces, pendants, charms, rings and much more.

Buying silver & 14k gold jewelry one can have a lot of questions: what kind of markings should on the back of jewelry?; what is the difference between yellow, white, and pink gold?; why is there a difference in price, in similar pieces of jewelry?; how to care gold jewelry and so on.

It is important for every educated person to have a little knowledge about the rules for buying silver & 14k gold jewelry. Information on buying jewelry will not make you an expert, but will help to be prevented from possible mistakes. When buying a gold necklace or bracelet, make sure you examine the clasp to see if it is strong enough to support the chain, especially if the piece does not have a hallmark. When there's a hallmark, it means the manufacturer stands behind the accuracy of the karat mark.