difference between 10k, 14k, 18k gold
posted by Anonymous on .
I am in the process of ordering a class ring and the options for the gold are 10K, 14K, and 18K. I know the price is different, but I was just wondering if anybody knows if you can actually tell a difference between them when you look at them or do they all look the same? I do not want to pay a lot more for 18K when you can't tell a difference between 10K and 18K.
I have bought and owned 10K, 14K and 18K gold rings. Personally, I could see a slight difference between 10 and 14 when compared with 18. I think a trained eye could see the difference, too, even if they were not compared side by side. I don't think an untrained eye could do that. I never saw any difference between 10 and 14, personally. If you have the chance, you might want to take a run by a few jewelry stores and look at them yourself. Let that be your guide. Frankly, I would think the salesperson would have had samples of each to show you.
I agree with DrBob. Take a look for yourself. It is not easily visible. And, you are not likely to wear the ring for very long...you will NOT wear it in college, and after college, life has many more important things for you. As an alternative, why don't you save the money for college, or a car? You don't have to follow the crowd all your life...
I really want to know which state of the gold is the best? 10k,14k,18k and 24k
Is 10k more than 14k gold
24K is Pure Gold
18K is 75% pure.
14k is about 59% pure.
10k is about 41% pure.
the purer the gold the softer it is therefore when gold is purchased for jewelry 10k to 14k is the most used because it is a harder metal.
what is .925 gold is it better than 24k
.925 refers to silver not gold most silver coins are .925 and silver jewelry is .925 that is the purest form of silver
Which has more gold? 10K or 18k
have pendant that has on it 10k & co what does this mean??
It means its probably 14k gold
I work at kay's, and am a certified diamontologist. For every day wear, always go lower carat. The higher the carat, the softer the gold. 925 is engraved in silver only. gold should have the quality inscribed as well. 10k, 14k, 18k, etc... 10k & co is 10 carat gold. no clue what the co means, it's not plated however I can tell you that much.