Jewelry is most often made of gold, silver, platinum. As well as metals belonging to the platinum group (palladium, rhodium, iridium).
Most often it is, of course, gold and silver. The rest of the above metals are used in precious alloys, primarily to improve the qualities and properties of precious metals (they give gold or silver hardness, luster, durability).
Each jewelry has a sample. A sample is a special brand that indicates the percentage of precious metal in the product. If there is no sample on the product, it means the product is a fake or it was made in a private workshop (in which you should have purchased jewelry).
Gold can be 999, 958, 750, 585, 500, 375 samples. The most common is 585, as it is ideally correlated in terms of price-quality. Continue reading