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What Does 18k GE Mean on a Ring?

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18K GE on a ring means the ring is made of 18 karat gold. The percentage of gold in the ring is 75%. GE stands for gold electroplate which is a thin layer of gold on the surface of the metal of the ring.
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18k means that it is 18 karrot however, the GE indicates that it is GOLD ELECTROPLATING this means that there is a very thin layer of gold over a base metal. The SA is a makers mark
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18K HGE is 18K Hard Gold Electroplate
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1. We'll start with 14k and 18k gold. Both of these metals are perfect for engagement rings. Both of these gold alloys are much less expensive than platinum. 14k gold, whether it
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Basically it is gold plated costume jewery, and may have a value of around $40? Really depends on the piece. Not sure what the SA part stands for. The GE means it is Gold Electroplate
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