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What Do the Numbers and Letters Mean on Jewelry?

Answer

The numbers and letters inscribed on jewellery designated the jewellery's value and element. For instance: Gold Filled (heavy plating), GS means Gold Shell, HGE refers to Heavy Gold Electroplate points to Karat, KP refers to Karat Plumb or the exact amount of gold.
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