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What Does 750 Stamped on Jewelry Mean?

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Jewellery that has been stamped 750 on it refers to the percentage of gold content in that jewellery. It will often have the karat value or equivalent next to it, for example 750 in 18 karats which means that it is 75% pure.
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750 usually means 18 K gold.
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For 18kt gold the stamp will normally be either the number 750, 18kt, 18kt or 18K.
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It means that the jewelry is made of 18 karat gold. Here's a link that explains why. http://www.gold.org/jewellery/technology….
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