What Do the Markings on Jewelry Mean?

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The number markings on jewellery mean the same thing, K means it was made in either South East Asia or The United States while PR marks are just the Maker or Store ID or even a design mark, and have no relevance to the Value.
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1. Note that a “950 Platinum” mark indicates that jewelry is 95 percent pure platinum, or 950 parts pure platinum out of 1,000. Identify this type of jewelry by any of
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gold bracelet makrd RW on clasp inside a diemond shap.
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The 925 (sometimes shown as .925) is the decimal mark for Sterling Silver
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Paul, this is an easy one for me. The clasp is made of 14k gold and the maker is signed as FE. If this is the original clasp, the entire bracelet is going to be 14k. Does the clasp
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