14-carat gold is a popular choice for jewelry due to its durability and affordability. It has a purity of 58.33%, and is stamped as 585 gold. While it is not as colorful as 18-karat gold, it is still used to make beautiful pieces of jewelry from everyday wear to luxurious pieces set with precious stones or diamonds. It is also used in the production of fine jewelry from fashion brands such as Tiffany, Cartier, and Bvlgari.
The most commonly used karat gold is 24 carats, 22 carats, 18 carats, 14 carats, 10 carats, 6 carats, etc., with 24 karat gold being considered pure gold. The color of 14-karat gold is determined by the metals that are mixed with it, such as copper, silver or zinc. When the gold appears red, copper has been mixed with it; when it appears light red, copper and a little silver have been added. Co is a precious metals news website that provides real-time updates on the current price of 14K gold, including the offer price and the asking price.
It also offers price history charts for 14K gold (fixed price of London gold).