What does a 375 gold rating mean?
Have you ever noticed a stamp on an item of gold jewelry that reads 375? This refers to the percentage of pure gold contained in that item of jewellery. In this case, the percentage is 37.5%. In the UK and Europe, an item of 375 gold quality can also be described as 9k gold. 375 gold is the UK minimum for any item of gold jewellery. In other countries the minimum varies between 333 gold (8k) and 417 gold (10k). An item that is marked with 750 will therefore have 18k of gold, and an item with 990 or 999 will be pure gold, or 24k gold.
Postal Gold will buy your unwanted 375 gold
Items that typically contain a 375 gold purity
There is a significant variety of gold jewellery
products on the market today, and each are available in varying levels
of gold purity. Some examples which can contain a 375 gold purity
include gold chains, gold rings, gold earrings, gold medallions, gold coins, gold links, gold bracelets,
gold bangles, gold brooches, gold badges, gold pins, gold watches, and
gold charms. The purity of gold is stamped onto the item of jewellery by
the manufacturer, alongside a hallmark which indicates that the metal
has been tested for quality and that it conforms to the legal standards
set out. The hallmark is represented by a letter which correlates to the
year that the item was made
Unwanted 375 gold jewellery
Do you have any unwanted or surplus gold jewellery? We offer you a simple and fast way of getting cash for gold. Simply send it to Postal Gold in your free gold kit, have it assessed by our team of experts, and we send you a payment within 24 hours after the assessment. If you are not completely satisfied with the payment, Postal Gold offers 100% Satisfaction or Gold Back Guarantee. Simply contact Postal Gold within 14 days of your payment issue date. You will then have 14 days to return the cash payment to Postal Gold, and the gold or white gold bracelets will be promptly returned back to you. For full details, please referr to our Terms and Conditions.