Gold Exchange Conversion Charts
In certain cases, I am willing to accept your Scrap Gold and give you a credit towards your purchases.
The Chart below can help you figure what your Scrap Gold is worth at trade in. You will need to know the Weight and the Karat Content (10K,14K,18K,etc.) of your Gold. If you do not know the weight of your gold, you can usually find out a ballpark weight on a Postal Scale at your local Post Office. But please, be discreet, and don't go flashing your scrap Gold around in public, for your own security, ok?
If you want to contact me about trading in your scrap Gold for Credit on my work, please Email me,and I'll help guide you through the process.
Tip: There are two different ways to spell Karat / Carat. And they have different meanings.
Karat is a measure of Ratio, and Carat is a measure of Weight. Karat is used to determine the amount of Pure Gold in a piece. For example, Pure Gold is 24 Karat. 18Karat Gold is 18/24ths (75%) Pure Gold, and the rest is alloy (usually Silver and Copper) used to make the gold better suited for use in jewelry. 14Karat Gold is 14/24ths (58.3%), 10Karat Gold is 10/24ths (41.66%) and on and on.
Carat, on the other hand, is how Gemstones are weighed. One Carat is 1/5 of a Gram. There are 100 Points in a Carat. So, a 1 Carat Diamond, or other Gemstone weighs 1/5 of a Gram. A 10 Point (.10 ct) Diamond weighs 1/10 of a Carat.
Scrap Gold Conversion Chart
Calculate the value of your Scrap Gold
will need the Weight and the Karat Content (14k, 18k, etc) of the Gold.
CONVERT FROM CONVERT TO MULTIPLY BY
Grams Pennyweights 0.643
Pennyweights Grams 1.555
31.1 Grams (1 Oz) X 0.643 = 20 Pennyweights (1 Oz.)
20 Pennyweights (1 Oz.) X 1.555 = 31.1 Grams (1 Oz)
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