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  1. These data are usually marked on the diamond ring: g18k, au750, g750, PT900, pt950, pt990, pd900, pd950, etc. these represent the material and material content of the diamond ring. G18k, au750, and g750 represent the material of the diamond ring is 18K, with a content of 75% gold, which is relatively the most suitable material for setting diamonds. PT900, pt950 and pt990 are the labels of platinum, representing jewelry with 90%, 95% and 99% platinum content. Pd900 and pd950 represent palladium with a content of 90% and 95%, and PD is also the cheapest of these three kinds of gold. Palladium diamond has also been favored by people. However, palladium has obvious disadvantages, and it will turn gray after being placed in the air for a long time
    such labels often represent the properties of the ring material metal. 18K metal is gold, which is an alloy of gold and other metals. 24K is real pure gold, and 18K gold is suitable for making jewelry. Therefore, the terms 18K platinum and 18K pure gold in the market are wrong. This is a statement made by merchants to mislead consumers. According to the national regulations, only platinum can be called platinum. 18K platinum can only be a popular expression. Written expression can only be called 18K white gold. The name of 18K platinum can be misunderstood as impure platinum
    platinum can only be marked with the beginning of Pt, generally including PT900, pt950 and pt990
    in addition, some start with D and then follow some numbers. D stands for diamond and is the first letter of "diamond". For example, d050 refers to a diamond of 50 points (0.5ct). D131 d0075 refers to 1.31 carat of main stone and 7.5 points (0.0075 carat) of auxiliary stone
    what is the meaning of the inscription on the inside of the diamond ring? In addition to the above common symbols, there are other symbols for the diamond ring. Some are the abbreviation of the company, the place of production, the manufacturer, the brand label, etc., and some are also marked with the cutting, clarity, color grade, etc. of the diamond.

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