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What does the stamp 106 mean on the inside of a gold ring?

by Guest11371913  |  10 years, 2 month(s) ago

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What does the stamp 106 mean on the inside of a gold ring?

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  1. Guest28442864

     That is a brilliant answer, had the same question and when I looked at it again it was 9CT. Thank you very much

  2. Guest27884309

    thanks it s actuallly 9ct9ct and that made the problem

  3. Guest20065687
    There is no gold 106 stamp (as there are other stamps like 925 for sterling silver or 585 for 14k gold) BUT i noticed something when i found your question today when i had the same question, i looked at the "106" under magnification and it was upside-down! It is actually 9ct, but the piece was worn down and the ct looked like numbers. 9 karat gold is from Europe. They have also used 12, 15, and 16 karat gold.

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