What does the 1ks imprint on the inside of my diamond and white gold ring mean?

It's probably "IKS", a manufacturer's stamp from Sandeep Diamond Corporation.

They use this mark for jewelry containing diamonds, most notably bracelets, rings, earrings, necklaces and pendants.

Of all the marks that could be on your ring, the one that tells the carat weight is probably the most important. Carat weight can be written in a variety of different ways, as there is no standard and each manufacturer has its preferred method. You can commonly see it written as 10k or .417 for 10 karat gold (either white or yellow). 14 karat gold may be written as 14k or .585 (again, either white or yellow).

Carat weights are the second most common stamp in a ring and indicate the weight of the diamond or jewel.

Have you ever looked at a piece of gold or silver jewelry and wondered if it was real? Maybe you find yourself wondering whether you have real diamonds in your earrings or fake ones.

Check out these five basic tips for identifying fake jewelry shared by Malakjewelers.com.

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Thursday, August 03 2017
Source: http://www.trademarkia.com/iks-85034999.html

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