Web Results

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hallmark

A hallmark is an official mark or series of marks struck on items made of metal, mostly to certify the content of noble metals—such as platinum, gold, silver and in some nations, palladium. In a more general sense, the term hallmark can also be used to refer to any .... French mark head of horse for jewellery and watches from 18k gold made in ...

www.sidpotts.com/jterms

The karat quality marking tells you what proportion of gold is mixed with the other metals. Fourteen-karat (14K) jewelry contains 14 parts of gold, mixed in ...

www.jtv.com/library/gemstone-glossary.html

From abalone to zircon, learn about gemstone and jewelry terms in our extensive ... blemish. A blemish is a nick, scratch, or other mark on the surface of a stone, ...

jewelry.lovetoknow.com/about-jewelry/understanding-markings-jewelry

Includes: • Metal content • Maker's marks • Patents • Engravings and monograms • Learn more about your jewelry.

www.ebay.com/gds/What-Do-the-Markings-on-Precious-Metal-Jewelry-Mean-/10000000177633097/g.html

Most jewelry markings have the same purpose: to inform buyers of the ... may work with this level of purity because it gives them more flexibility in terms of color , ...

www.thespruce.com/silver-marks-and-terms-149394

Jul 23, 2017 ... Silver Marks and Terms: An Introduction to the Basics ... used to fashion serving pieces, decorative items, jewelry, and a host of other goods.

www.thoughtco.com/metal-jewelry-stamps-and-marks-608017

Mar 16, 2017 ... Jewelry made from precious metals is stamped with a mark to indicate ... Here is some information that I hope will de-mystify terms such as ...

www.consumer.ftc.gov/articles/0293-gold-silver-jewelry

Knowing the terms used to describe gold and silver jewelry can help you avoid paying too much. ... When you buy gold jewelry, look for the karat quality mark.

www.langantiques.com/university/Hallmarks_on_Period_Jewelry

For estate jewelers and jewelry historians, hallmarks provide for an extra source of information to accurately date a jewelry object and determine by whom it was ...