Types and nature of precious metal
Precious metal simply means a rare metal that have 8 types of metals with low production, which is, gold (Au), platinum (Pt), silver (Ag), iridium (Ir), osmium (Os), palladium (Pd), ruthenium (Ru), rhodium (Rh). This precious metal contains excellent corrosion resistance and acid resistance and have valuable chemical properties.
The type and purity of precious metals are stamped into them, and the stamps used vary depending on the product. While stamps will be large and obviously desired for products like ingots, there are also stamps that are difficult to understand depending on the product and characters that can only be read if you see it with a loop, among other things.
Content of the engraving
The size of the jewel and the brand name are also stamped, in addition to the metal type and purity of the ring. For instance, “D” stands for a diamond, “E” for an emerald, and “R” for a ruby, to give just a few examples. In addition, “0.28ct” is expressed as “28” if zero is omitted due to a lack of space.
Jewel cafe’s purchase target
All gold and precious metal goods are purchased by Jewel Cafe. We inspect gold teeth, gold powder, gold Buddha sculptures, and industrial items made of rare metals in addition to gold jewellery and gold coins. Even if you don’t know what metal Jewel Cafe is, it’s still good. A specially created device that identifies the metal’s type and purity will make the decision. Gold is frequently found mixed with substances that don’t seem to contain gold. A nice benefit of coming to Jewel Cafe is that we offer free appraisal.