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 The measure of a karat (K) depends on the percentage of gold to added alloy metals. Each karat represents 1/24th of pure gold. Here is an explanation of the karats that shows the percentages:

8K 33.3%, .333 Fine – This is the minimum karat that can be called “gold” in Mexico. You will almost never see this in the United States unless it was brought over.
9K 37.5%, .375 Fine – This is a very popular karat gold in Ireland, and it is also the minimum karat that can be called “gold” in Canada. Same for this one.
10K 41.7%, .417 Fine – This is the minimum karat that can be called “gold” in the United States.
12K 50%, .500 Fine  – 12 karat was abolished in 1932 when the 14K standard was legalized, although some Black Hills gold is still manufactured in 12K.
14K 58.3%, .585 Fine – 14 karat is the most popular karat gold sold in the United States.
15K 62.5%, .625 Fine – 15 karat was abolished in 1932 when the 14K standard was legalized.
18K 75%, .750 Fine – 18 karat is the most popular karat gold sold in Italy and other European countries.
19.2K 80%, .800 Fine – This is a popular karatage in Portugal.
20K 83.3%, .833 Fine – This is a very high karat gold notable for its bright yellow color.
22K 91.6%, .916 Fine – This is another very high karat gold that is popular in Asia and which is very soft due to its small amount of strengthening alloys.
23.76K 99%, .990 This is 99% pure gold, and is a popular karatage in Hong King, China, and elsewhere in Asia.
24K 100%, 1000 Fine – This is pure gold, with no alloys added. Jewelry is made using pure 24K gold in Turkey, India, and Asia, but it is very soft, somewhat brassy in color, and more expensive.

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Bridge jewelry

Bridge jewelry is medium-priced jewelry, ranging from € 100 to € 400 depending on the metals and stones used and on the product type (earrings, necklaces, rings, bracelets etc.). Typically jewellery made of silver, alloys and gold-plated silver materials falls into the lower end of this price range, while jewellery pieces made of gold and precious stones falls into the mid- to high-end of the price range. Often the price depends on the brand positioning and the (marketing) statement of the jewellery, as well as the design and the jeweler's craftsmanship.

Customization, modern-looking, ethnic and other jewelry with joyful motives are getting particular attention in the market and are recommended designs for new market entrants

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Exporting Fashion jewelry

Costume jewelry or fashion jewelry comprises accessories that complement the fashion styles of women, men and children. Costume jewelry can be artisan-made or mass produced.
Costume jewelry is lower-priced jewelry with prices ranging from € 1 to € 100 depending on the metals and stones used and the product type (earrings, necklaces, rings, bracelets etc.). Typically pieces made of non-precious materials fall into the lower end of this price range, while jewelry made of semi-precious metals and stones falls into in the mid- to high-end of the price range. Often the price depends on the brand positioning and the (marketing) statement of the jewelry.

The  deteriorating consumer purchasing power resulted in fast-growing sales of low-priced costume jewelry. Jewelry exporters will benefit from the growing costume jewelry market by offering a well-priced product. To compete with the larger fine and bridge jewelry market, exporters should stand-out with a sound positioning. Focusing on a niche segment such as recycled jewelry can open doors on the French market. Efficient resource planning and the use of cheaper metals and alloys will help  exporters keep the total production cost low.

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