Question by  lizrom59 (12)

What are Chinese gold ring markings mean?


Answer by  mammakat (11147)

It will probably mean karat weight, with a K, not a C, gold is weighed in Karats. Chinese don't manufacture in 10K generally, only 18 or 22KT. Recently, 10KT would be "promotional jewelry and not used for any nice gem settings. Other markings will probably designate the maker. If this is antique I would suggest consulting a specialist.


Answer by  CrazE4Bostons (183)

They can mean many different things. Usually they hold a special meaning for the person wearing the jewelry and intentionally don't say the meaning in other languages. It's a way of having a personal message between yourself those you wish to share it with.


Answer by  salsafoodie (3146)

Depending on what your marking look like on your gold ring. However nine times it is probably the manufacturing and the date it was created.


Answer by  missliss08 (34)

Markings on a gold ring, is called a hallmark. China uses symbols, to mark the purity of their gold, and silver.

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