Jewelry might be created for aesthetics, but the right jewelry can be a valuable asset too. Of course, that’s only true if you have an accurate idea of the value of your pieces.
Take gold for example. There’s solid gold, hollow gold, plated gold, and gold-filled jewelry, and unless you’re a knowledgeable jeweler, it’s visually difficult to tell the difference. Fortunately, though, there are tricks you can use to make an educated guess. Let’s take a closer look at two common types of gold jewelry: 14K solid gold and hollow gold.