Karat gold is strictly measured in units of 24. 24 karat gold is pure gold. How much alloy is mixed with the gold determines its karat weight, and therefore how much you pay. 10 karat gold has ten parts gold to 14 parts alloy (10 + 14 = 24). 14 karat gold is 14 parts gold to 10 parts alloy 14 + 10 = 24). 18 karat gold is 18 parts gold to 6 parts alloy (18 + 6 = 24), and so on up the scale until you reach pure gold at 24 karat.
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(14k means four-teen karat gold or silver)and F4 means it is a flat size 4 ring which means it isn’t beveled or rounded like most rings
14 carat gold.
Lowest and most commented you usually come across is 9 carat. In Australia it then jumps to 18 carat. Some countries then go up to 23 carat and obviously you can get in between depending where in the world you re (ie 14 carat)
Its basically how much gold is in the jewellery compared to other metals. The lower the number, less gold, the harder and stronger it is, but less valuable. The higher the number means more gold, more valuable and more soft.
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