How much does it cost to Hallmark Jewellery?

Can I hallmark my own jewellery?

can i hallmark my jewellery myself? No. Some people opt to stamp their jewellery with a stamp e.g. 925 for silver, for themselves but this is not a legal hallmark and is not sufficient for items over the weights above. The process of hallmarking is about having an independent verified check of your work.

What is the cost of hallmarking gold?

As per the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) website, hallmarking charges for gold jewellery/artefacts payable to BIS recognized Assaying and Hallmarking Centres by BIS licensed jewellers is Rs 35 per article and minimum charges for a consignment as Rs 200 (services tax and other levies as applicable shall be extra).

How long does it take to get jewellery hallmarked?

Standard turnaround for our hallmarking service is typically 5 working days – however work may take longer in times of high demand.

Can I sell silver without a hallmark?

“It is illegal to sell anything in the UK made from a precious metal (silver, gold, platinum and palladium) over a certain weight without a hallmark – a stamp of quality that protects the consumer by confirming that what they are buying is made from real precious metal.

Is all 9ct gold hallmarked?

‘375’ is the mark for 9ct gold, which means it is 37.5% gold and 62.5% other alloys, ‘525’ is the mark for 14ct gold meaning 52.5% is pure gold and 47.5% is other alloys and ‘750’ is the mark of 18ct gold, meaning it is 75% pure gold and 25% other alloys.

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Why is my gold ring not hallmarked?

There can be many reasons why gold jewelry might not be stamped. It could be an old piece that was never stamped. Or, its stamp could have worn off. Of course, there is also the possibility that the item is not actually gold.