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  • Gold Buying Supplies, Accessories & Equipment Scales Scales & Weights Portable Scales
    SKU:52-182-600.
  • Gold Buying Supplies, Accessories & Equipment Scales Portable Scales
    SKU:52-201-10.
  • Gold Buying Supplies, Accessories & Equipment Scales Scales & Weights Portable Scales

    DIGITAL GOLD POCKET SCALE 600g x 0.1g

    $19.95

    Stainless Steel Platform. Flip-Open cover protects the delicate weighing surface. Backlit LCD Display. Weighs in g, oz, ozt, dwt -…

    SKU:52-201-6.
  • Gold Buying Supplies, Accessories & Equipment Scales Scales & Weights Testing Metal Analyzers
    SKU:52-209-3000S.
  • Gold Buying Supplies, Accessories & Equipment Scales Scales & Weights Testing Metal Analyzers
    SKU:52-210-300.
  • Gold Buying Supplies, Accessories & Equipment Scales Scales & Weights Testing Metal Analyzers
    SKU:52-210-300S.
  • Gold Buying Supplies, Accessories & Equipment Scales Scales & Weights Ohaus Scales

    OHAUS EXPLORER

    $3,711.00

    SKU:52-242-24001.
  • Gold Buying Supplies, Accessories & Equipment Scales Scales & Weights Ohaus Scales
    SKU:52-248-2001J.
  • Gold Buying Supplies, Accessories & Equipment Scales Scales & Weights A&D Scales Legal For Trade Scales
    SKU:52-265-5.

Difference between Jewelry Scales

Anyone working in the jewelry industry know that there’s a variety of scales in the market, each one working for to measure different elements, through different systems, whether it be pennyweight, a gram scale, a avoirdupois scale or a troy scale. These do give exact numbers, but they’ll need to be converted into grams in the end for a correct appraisal. Although these factors are important, modern digital scales, which are the ones used by the majority of jeweler’s, do the job.

Digital jewelry scales are made with three different materials in mind- precious stones- diamonds, emeralds, etc., precious metals- gold, silver, etc., and other metals- copper, brass, etc. Precious stones are the lightest starting at around 0.001 grams, while other metals are the heaviest, starting at around 0.1 grams. An important factor to look at when shopping for scales is their calibration, in order to correctly appraise each piece as precisely as possible. Once a jeweler has a scale that works for them all they need to know are the different conversions for different elements.