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Turkish Gold Jewelry
by: Yvonne

Good Afternoon Claire

375 is the millesimal value for 9 ct gold. Caratage does count and can provide many clues not just percentages of precious metal. It is a British Standard mark that was introduced in Britian in 1854. Why a 9ct gold standard appears on Turkish gold is a bit of a mystery.

If you could describe the bracelet - where it came from and how old you think it might be and any other information you think is important that would help us to understand more about the metal content, your item and a little more about the hallmarking system in Turkey in general it would be very much appreciated.

If you would like to list your item on the Jewelry Exchange you are more than welcome. Jewelry made in Turkey and the middle-east, despite the gold content is in high demand at present. The Jewelry Exchange is the most affordable way to advertise your jewelry across the world. Much easier and cheaper than most auction sites.

The color change gemstone mined in Turkey called Zultanite is also taking the gemstone world by storm. We were recently asked to promote on this website the world's second largest Zultanite gem from Turkey.

Best Regards

turkey gold marks / I have a necklace and bracelet stamped
by: claire

I have a necklace and bracelet both stamped Turkey, 375, gl, are they real gold? please help they have stayed gold for a very long time even the places where it's been scratched are still gold. Please help many thanx and best wishes for xmas & new year.....claire

Lovely antique Silver Bracelet
by: Anonymous

A very lovely old silver bracelet Pat. The lion is the UK mark on .925 SILVER The Lion could be in a number of poses and that info provides dates.

The anchor on its side is the Birmingham assay office.

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