What Is 18kt HGF?

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18KT HGE is a standardisation mark for gold. The first part, 18KT, simply tells how much of gold has been used to make the alloy. HGE (Heavy Gold Electroplate) means that the jewellery is not real gold through and through, but a metal that has been electroplated with gold.
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Hi, it means HEAVY GOLD FILLED, just a posh name for gold plated. hope that helps.
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The marking 18kt hgf generally means the ring is heavy
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The GF stands for gold-filled, I believe the H stands for hard. The item is gold-filled, meaning it has a micro-thin layer of 18K gold over a base metal. Older gold-filled items such
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This is not a solid gold ring. The structure of the ring is made of another metal. Through electroplating a very thin layer of gold is adhered to the outside of the ring. The coating
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