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14kt Gold Filled Figure 8 Chain By The Foot, 2 x 3 mm

Part Number:GF/139/40F
14kt Gold Filled Figure 8 Chain By The Foot, 2 x 3 mm
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Your Price: $8.49

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02mm x 03mm


Gold Filled





14 karat gold filled figure 8 chain by the foot, 2 x 3mm. Priced per foot.

Lead and nickel free. This chain is soldered.

Customer Reviews

3 Stars
Bright brassy color
I was disappointed in the color of this chain. It is a bright brassy yellow, instead of the more subtle yellow of the yellow gold fashion jewelry I own. It seems appropriately strong for its delicate size.
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Reviewed by:  from Ohio. on 4/16/2015
5 Stars
14kt Gold Figure 8 Chain is beautiful. Cannot wait to use! Took a chance while this was on sale & happy to do so!
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from USA. on 2/10/2015
5 Stars
Nice chain
Very nice delicate cahin. Good value when purchased on sale.
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Reviewed by:  from wisconsin. on 1/21/2013
2 Stars
I was expecting a little heavier chain. I know gold is at a premium now but still I was hoping that the chain would be more substantial.
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Reviewed by:  from Merritt Island, florida. on 9/8/2011

Questions and Answers

Q: does it change color quick. I know the gold plated doesn't last to long. but I don't want to make things and after 1 or 2 wears its changing color. or maybe you can suggest another type chain?
Asked by: yvette - 3/31/2014
A: Gold filled is different than gold plated. When a chain, bead or finding is gold filled, that means that the gold is fused with a base metal during the production process; whereas, with gold plate, there is a thin layer of gold over the base metal itself.

We cannot guarantee whether or not metal will "turn" or change color because that has to do with how you store it and the level of acidity in your skin. If you are looking for something durable, a filled metal is usually better than a plated metal.
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Answer provided by:  Shanna (3/31/2014)
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