What Is 14k GE Espo?

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'14K G.E ESPO' is a term used in the manufacture of rings, containing a gold electrolyte, with 14 karat gold. 'ESPO' is a maker's distinguishing mark or logo that stands for 'Joe Esposito'. Such vintage rings are made of rhinestone.
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Ok What I think that it means is 14KT = 14karat GF=gold filled and ESPO is the maker. Sometimes when marking the piece the letters don't always line up exactly the way that they should
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14K diamond rings on Ebay can go for hundreds, depending on the
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It is short for "G.E. Esposito, the brand of the ring. The 14k means it is 14 parts gold and 10 parts other metal.
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The 14k is for 14 karat. Most jewelry is made with alloys that
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