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it is not gold electroplate it is gold
It means that the ring is made of 18K gold.
If "18k ge" is a mark on jewelry, it means that the piece is 18 karat gold electroplated, not solid gold.
is a 18k gersc is it really gold?
Gold electroplate. Not gold.
18k means it is 18 carat gold. IDGC is the maker's mark but I am not sure who that maker is unless you look it up in reference.
what i know is 750 means 18k gold its 75% gold
THAT IS THE STAMP, like gold for example, on a gold bracelet you will find 14k or 18k, \From Romania with love and gipsies
The 18k means 18 parts of 24 parts are pure gold. GE means it the gold is electroplated, and the A would be the makers mark.
It probably means that the ring is 18 karat gold electroplated, not solid gold.
I'm pretty certain the "ge" stands for gold electroplate, which indicates that the item is NOT pure gold but 18k gold plating over a base metal (usually jewelers brass).