Woven Bracelet - Gold-plated?

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I suspect it is both sterling and 14k..a quick trip to jeweler is in order
 

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DANG THAT WOULD BE A FINE PEICE OF JEWELRY TO WEAR ..
 

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It looks solved, I can add a little gold trivia:
Au is the chemical element symbol for gold, the atomic number for gold is 2, and gold has a specific gravity of 19.32 (lead has a SG of 11.34). That meens that gold is 19.32 times heavier than water.
 

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It looks solved, I can add a little gold trivia:
Au is the chemical element symbol for gold, the atomic number for gold is 2, and gold has a specific gravity of 19.32 (lead has a SG of 11.34). That meens that gold is 19.32 times heavier than water.


Atomic Number for gold is 79. The 2 is the number of electrons in the first energy level. 79 is the total number of protons/ or the total number of electrons.
 

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I have seen similar markings before and although I could be wrong, I believe the markings stand for Gold over .925 Silver and the total Gold content weight-wise is 1/8 of the total metal weight in 14k Gold.


Frank
 

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From Answers.com.
925 usually refers to sterling silver, being 92.5% silver with 7.5% copper. However, Au is the chemical symbol for gold. Being that gold purity is usually marked in karats, it may indicate gold-plated sterling silver.
The same thing huntsman53 said.
 

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My mistake austin you are correct, Au2 is the symbol and 79 is the atomic number. Heck I knew that, it is clearly marked in the Periodic Table of Elements.
 

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