Post # 1
I just got my engagement ring yesterday after being engaged for about a month, and I noticed my ring has a stamp that says 4.1 on it. I googled it but the only thing I could find about stamps was that they would give the karat weight of the ring. I included a picture of the ring just in case it could help someone identify it!
Post # 3
My best guess would be that is the weight of the metal. Like 4.1grams of gold? but just a guess.
Post # 4
What size do you wear? maybe it could be a sizing thing? Not sure why it would be 4.1 though, lol.
Also agree with pp poster, could be the weight of the gold.
Post # 5
@jenilynevette: I wear a size 7 so it isn’t the size, and I thought the weight of the gold was done in karats not a gram number. Thats what all the sites I googled said
Post # 6
karat is the mix of gold. 24kt gold means 100% gold and no other metal mixed in. Whereas 18k has some other metal mixed in, 14 has even more other metal mixed in, etc.
The weight is how much the ring itself actually weighs without the stone.
Post # 7
@Deusexmchna: it’s probably the weight of gold in grams.
Post # 8
Likely the weight in grams. Unless you have a 4.1 ct center stone! XD
Post # 9
my ring has the karat of the gold (14k) in it and another stamp ‘BRC’ which I assume is the makers mark. Most jewellery has an indicator of who made it – where is your ring from?
Post # 10
@Deusexmchna: i would suggest getting your ring looked at by a jeweler. we could speculate all day long about what 4.1 could be id get it checked so you wont wonder anymore. most jewelers will do it for free.