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The alloys of the sample and the color of gold.

The most common alloy of gold 583rd sample; Alloys of this sample may be of different colors depending on the proportion contained therein of nonferrous metals. For example, if gold alloy 583rd sample (58.3% gold) contained about 36% silver and 5.7% copper alloy acquires a green tint; at 18.3% silver and 23.4% medi- pink; with 8.3% silver and 33.4% medi- reddish. Depending on the ligature may have different melting points and hardness, these alloys have good solder ability.

Alloys of gold 958-carat fragile and are therefore used in a limited number. Three-Alloy 958 samples, except for gold in its composition has a silver and copper, mainly used for the production of wedding pre engagement rings. The alloy has a nice bright yellow color close to the color of pure gold. Very soft, resulting in a polishing on the product is kept short.

Alloy 750 Three-th sample, it is in the structure of copper and silver, in some cases in the form of ligatures may be used rhodium, palladium, nickel and zinc. Color from yellowish-green through shades of reddish to white. The alloy lends itself well to soldering and casting, is the appropriate framework for the application of enamels, however, when the content in the alloy is more than 16% of the copper enamel color becomes dull. It is recommended to use in the manufacture of products with a subtle embossed knockout, filigree and frames for fragile gems, diamonds tense.

Alloy gold 375-carat usually contains: 37.5% gold, 10.0% silver, 48.7% copper, 3.8% palladium. It is used for making wedding rings .

widely used "white gold" for the manufacture of diamond jewelry that contains:

gold in the alloy 583rd probe- 23,7-28,7% silver, palladium 13,0-18% or 17% nickel, 8.7% zinc, 16% copper;

750 minutes’ probe- 7,0-15,0% silver in the alloy, gold, palladium and 14% nickel, up to 4%, up to 2.4% zinc or nickel 7,5-16,5% zinc 2.0 -5.0% to 15% copper.

The most common alloy of silver 875 samples. It is used for the manufacture of jewelry and tableware. Alloy 916 samples used for the production of tableware coated with enamel; Alloy 960 th probe- for the production of filigree products.

Alloys of platinum and palladium are used in jewelry in small quantities.

Silver and brass products for protection against oxidation and rapidly coming to improve the decorative properties of coated electrolytic ally with a thin layer of gold 999-carat (gilt) or of silver 999-carat (silver).

In modern jewelry platinum alloy, it is rare, it has conceded its position white gold. For some uses a two jewelery alloy 950, which structure comprises besides copper and platinum iridium. The addition of iridium increases the hardness of the alloy.

Palladium is not yet recognized as a separate metal for production of jewelry, but it has good prospects, as it is cheaper than platinum, it has a more intense white color, the better the workability, and the same as platinum, to tarnish in air resistance.

The most common alloy of gold 583rd sample; Alloys of this sample may be of different colors depending on the proportion contained therein of nonferrous metals. For example, if gold alloy 583rd sample (58.3% gold) contained about 36% silver and 5.7% copper alloy acquires a green tint; at 18.3% silver and 23.4% medi- pink; with 8.3% silver and 33.4% medi- reddish. Depending on the ligature may have different melting points and hardness, these alloys have good solder ability.

Alloys of gold 958-carat fragile and are therefore used in a limited number. Three-Alloy 958 samples, except for gold in its composition has a silver and copper, mainly used for the production of wedding rings and promise engagement rings. The alloy has a nice bright yellow color close to the color of pure gold. Very soft, resulting in a polishing on the product is kept short.

Alloy 750 Three-th sample, it is in the structure of copper and silver, in some cases in the form of ligatures may be used rhodium, palladium, nickel and zinc. Color from yellowish-green through shades of reddish to white. The alloy lends itself well to soldering and casting, is the appropriate framework for the application of enamels, however, when the content in the alloy is more than 16% of the copper enamel color becomes dull. It is recommended to use in the manufacture of products with a subtle embossed knockout, filigree and frames for fragile gems, diamonds tense.

Alloy gold 375-carat usually contains: 37.5% gold, 10.0% silver, 48.7% copper, 3.8% palladium. It is used for making wedding rings and pre engagement ring, promise engagement rings widely used "white gold" for the manufacture of diamond jewelry that contains:

gold in the alloy 583rd probe- 23,7-28,7% silver, palladium 13,0-18% or 17% nickel, 8.7% zinc, 16% copper;

750 minutes’ probe- 7,0-15,0% silver in the alloy, gold, palladium and 14% nickel, up to 4%, up to 2.4% zinc or nickel 7,5-16,5% zinc 2.0 -5.0% to 15% copper.

The most common alloy of silver 875 samples. It is used for the manufacture of jewelry and tableware. Alloy 916 samples used for the production of tableware coated with enamel; Alloy 960 th probe- for the production of filigree products.

Alloys of platinum and palladium are used in jewelry in small quantities.

Silver and brass products for protection against oxidation and rapidly coming to improve the decorative properties of coated electrolytic ally with a thin layer of gold 999-carat (gilt) or of silver 999-carat (silver).

In modern jewelry platinum alloy, it is rare, it has conceded its position white gold. For some uses a two jewelery alloy 950, which structure comprises besides copper and platinum iridium. The addition of iridium increases the hardness of the alloy.

Palladium is not yet recognized as a separate metal for production of jewelry, but it has good prospects, as it is cheaper than platinum, it has a more intense white color, the better the workability, and the same as platinum, to tarnish in air resistance.

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