H.G.E. stands for hydrostatic gold plating/gold electroplating. A ring that has those letters engraved on the inside isn't made of gold. It's made of some other metal that has been layered over with gold plating. The plating wears away with time. But the thicker the plating, the longer the lifespan. And H.G.E. is the thickest plating around for jewelry.
What does 14k hge lin
Heavy Gold Electroplated ... not worth anything!
14kt hge ring gold
When you see 14kt HGE Lind on the inside of a ring it means 14 karat heavy gold electro plating, lind is the maker.
Probably not because the HGE mark indicates that it has heavy gold electroplate, not solid gold.
six hundred dollars
Usually, the HGE means "heavy gold electroplate". The A could stand for "applied". This would mean that the ring is not solid gold.
about 435 dollars
HGE is hard gold electroplate, so no it is not real gold. It is likely gold plate.
Is the diamond in a 18kt hge real