Gold Blogs

9 years 5 days ago
Best Price for Gold has now a main office in Ware, Hertfordshire serving Stevenage and all surrounding towns and villages including old Stevenage, Codicote, Datchworth, Digswell, Knebworth, Letchworth, Welwyn Garden City, and Hitchin to name but a few!
9 years 1 week ago
Continuing my popular mini selling scrap gold series of “How much…” This time its 14 carat gold! Just a recap that the carat (ct) is the unit used to denote the purity of gold. The higher the number, the purer the gold, i.e. the ‘gold’ alloy has more gold content and fewer other alloy metals. By the way in the USA, and some other countries it is spelt ‘karat’ (kt).
9 years 4 weeks ago
As a scrap gold buyer I am asked quite often how much 9ct gold is worth per gram. Some people are keen to know more when chatting! 9ct gold is an alloy (mix) of metals, comprising of 37.5% gold content plus a combination of other metals, most commonly copper, silver and zinc. The proportions of other metals (Alloys) used is dependent on the colour required. For example, 9ct red or Rose gold will contain a high proportion of copper, whereas white gold will contain little or no copper.
9 years 12 weeks ago
We are very pleased to announce that we are offering a unique scrap gold buyer service within the Cambridgeshire area buying old gold jewellery, infact any old gold or silver in Cambridge, Royston, Huntingdon, Soham, March, St Ives and indeed even over the Suffolk border into Newmarket.
9 years 12 weeks ago
Best Price for Gold are pleased to announce that you can now obtain great current prices for gold in Ware Hertfordshire near the Essex county border and just a few miles up the A10 from North London and Enfield.  
9 years 31 weeks ago
What is Vintage 15 carat gold ? High Current prices for gold means that any lucky recipient of vintage gold has a valuable item in their possession! 15 carat gold is gold of.625 purity that is 62.5% of a piece is gold. Highest grade gold is obviously very expensive and is also quite soft so it is mixed with other materials or alloys to give a harder and cheaper material that is more suitable and longer lasting than pure gold for use in jewellery.