A hallmark is an official mark or series of marks struck on items made of precious
metals—platinum, gold, silver and in some nations, palladium. In a more ...
However, different manufacturers will use different types of marks on different
precious metals, so understanding a bit about the nature of the different metals
Jewelry manufacturers in the United States must inform the consumer about
precious metal content, but the content doesn't actually have to be stamped on
How to Identify Precious Metals. Gold can usually be identified by markings on
your jewelry in karats, such as: 8kt, 9kt, 10kt, 14kt, 18kt, 22kt or 24kt. Some gold ...
The hallmarks on this photo are found on a bracelet designed by Theresia
Hvorslev. It was made for the company Alton, located in Falköping in 1971. All
Makers' marks alone are not considered hallmarks. Hallmarks are most often
found on precious metal objects. Jewelry is exempted from hallmarking under ...
For Gold Jewelry made in the United States or Canada it should be stamped 14K,
... to help you find sterling silver hallmarks from silversmith's all over the world.
A Hallmark consists of three COMPULSORY MARKS: the Sponsor's mark, the ...
This shows the fineness of the metal – ie purity of the precious metal content in ...
Precious metal jewelry is an important factor in all jewelry collections. ... The karat
quality marking tells you what proportion of gold is mixed with the other metals.
Feb 28, 2013 ... A handy guide showing some of the markings associated with UK ... Hallmark
Guide for Gold & Precious Metals Click to continue Assay ...