Gold and silver prices fell on Tuesday. On the morning of May 25, gold became cheaper by Rs 136, while the price of silver also fell by Rs 127. According to the India Bullion and Jewelers Association, the price of 24 carat gold on the morning of 25 May was Rs 48536 per 10 grams. At the same time, the price of 1 kg silver of 999 purity was recorded at Rs 70,948.
Earlier on Monday evening, the price of 24 carat pure gold was Rs 48672 per 10 grams and the price of silver is Rs 71075 per kg. On the evening of Friday (May 21), the price of 24 carat gold was Rs 48,553 per ten grams, while the price of 999 purity silver was Rs 71,245 per kg.
How to identify the purity of gold
We all know that 24 carat gold is the purest, but jewellery of 24 carat gold is not made. Generally 22 carat gold is used to make jewellery, which contains 91.66 percent gold. If you bought 22 carat gold jewellery then you should know that 2 carat of other metal have been mixed in 22 carat gold. There are 5 types of marks associated with a hallmark in purity in jewellery, and these marks are in jewellery. One of it is about a carat.
If there is a 22-carat jewellery, then it has 916, 875 on 21-carat jewellery and 750 on 18-carat jewellery. At the same time, if the jewellery is of 14 carat, then 585 will be written in it. You can see this mark on the jewellery itself. There is no doubt about purity. On the real hallmark, there is a triangular mark of the Bureau of Indian Standards.