Ring Hallmarks?

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Hallmarking is the official quality control mark that determines the purity of gold and other precious metals. It denotes the carat quality, the item used, the weight of the item, the shape of the item used the little icon inside gives the makers mark and the area it came from. The size of ring is measured on a gauge stick at the jewellers or a band of rings marked with letters of the alphabet to give the size of the item.
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Hallmark on a ring means that it has been independently tested and guarantees that it conforms to all standards of purity (fineness.)Hallmarks are small markings stamped onto precious metals - gold, silver and platinum articles.
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I have been recently given a ring from a family member at it says BFL on the inside hallmark - I too have no idea what it is and can't seem to find anything on the internet search
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Jewelry is usually stamped with a marking that symbolized a company that
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The intrinsic value of the ring is the weight (in ounces) x Gold price x 22/24. That is the lowest price you would get for the ring. Without seeing the hallmarks I can not speculate
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Hi again Maddy, Many reasons including the manufacturer not being registered with the Jewelry board, and out of Country manufacturer where it is not necessary, a rouge manufacturer
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