What Markings Does a White Gold Ring Have on It?

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A white gold ring should have a ring marking on it. This is usually in the form of a stamp. It is generally placed on the inner hoop of the ring in question to authenticate it.
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gold and silver marks. Sterling silver rings are usually marked "sterling" or "925. Gold is usually marked with the karat, such as 10k, 14k, etc. but may also be marked
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Misconceptions Some individuals falsely believe that it is faulty manufacturing or under-karating that makes a piece of gold jewelry turn itself and/or the skin it touches black.
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Hard to say what the meaning of this inscription may be. Do you have any
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Angela, thanks for the follow-up. Some folks don't use that when more info can often bring the proper answer. In this case, I still suspect the ring is as marked, 10k. The CZ mark
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