Carrot gold Nothing !
人参 /nin jin/ means 'carrot' in Japanese, but you often see it spelled in katakana as well (ニンジン).
It was used hundreds of years ago talking about gold. You have got mixed up with carrot and carat; carrot being a vegetable and carat being the way of explaining how pure gold is.
24 karats is the purest gold
Its not gold. 925 is Sterling Silver.
Its the purity of the gold. Like 9 carrot is 37.5% pure gold but 24 carrot is 99.9% pure
375 is a gold hallmark that indicates 37.5 % pure gold, or 9 karat (also spelled carat, but with gold this is a measure of purity, not a weight measure as used with gems.)
it depends on the quality of gold. some 1 carrot golds are £80 and some are £800. it variesDepends,How big are they?
you just spelled it (GOLD)
24 Carat (or Karat) gold is 100% pure gold.