We buy all kinds of Gold jewelry, coins, watches, etc. of any karat, purity, weight or quantity.
Both the lower and upper-income class see the shiny metal as insurance to bring in financial and social protection. In fact, Gold can be liquidated instantly for any medical emergencies or financial crisis, proving that gold is seen more than a luxurious commodity, but is seen as a basic financial commodity, similar to insurance or financial savings.
All of this proves that in a country, where social security is low and insurance has not reached all the markets, gold is not just a luxury of the rich, but also a savior to the poor.
We at OM Cash for Gold always intend to provide you the best possible value of your gold belongings that too in a legitimate manner.
We undertake a full and comprehensive testing process to verify the quality of the metal. In most cases, the price we have agreed to buy your gold at is the price we pay. However, you should be aware that any discrepancies in the condition, type of metals and grading quality can affect the valuation. If there are any issues in the consideration amount you are free to accept or reject.
The Different Karats of Gold Karat is the term used to measure the gold content or purity. Before we understand the difference between 24k, 22k and 18k gold, you must know what karat stands for. Karat is basically a unit used to measure the purity of gold The higher the karatage, the purer the gold. Here is a simple guide to understanding the difference between 24k, 22k,18k & 14k gold.
It is known to be 99.9 percent pure and takes on a distinct bright yellow color. There is no higher form of gold than 24K. Since this is the purest form of gold, it is naturally more expensive than any other karat gold. However, this type of gold is lesser in density as compared to gold of a lower karatage which makes it soft and pliable. Hence, it is not suited for regular forms of jewelry. Coins and bars are mostly produced in 24K gold purity.
of the net weight of the item amounts to gold and the balance part are some other metals. The other 8.33 percent comprises metals like silver, copper, zinc, nickel and other alloys. It is this addition of metals that make the texture of gold harder thereby making the jewelry durable. However, you must know that although this can be used to make plain gold jewelry, 22K gold is not preferable for diamonds and heavily studded jewelry.
18K gold is 75 percent gold mixed with 25 percent of other metals like copper or silver etc. This kind of gold is less expensive compared to 24K and 22K. This one has a slightly dull gold color. Recognizing 18K jewelry is rather simple-you will see the item stamped with 18K, 18Kt, 750, 0.75 or a stamp similar to these in order to symbolize that the jewelry contains 75 percent gold.
14K gold is 58.50 percent gold mixed other metals like copper, silver, zinc, nickel, cadmium etc. Usually studded jewelry and other diamond jewelry are made in 14K gold.
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