Today Gold Rate in Nashik is Rs. 49,068.00 per 10 grams for 24 Karat
(10 grams = 1 tola gold)
Gold rate is determined by the gold’s purity. There are several options such as 24 karat, 22 karat, 18 Karat or 14 karat. 24 karat is considered the purest and the most expensive form amongst others whereas 14 karat is the cheapest. The prices vary based on the karat of gold. Now, according to the fluctuation of gold rates in the world, the gold rate in Nashik also changes.
Trend of Gold Rate in Nashik for last 10 days
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24 karat gold
24 karat gold is a pure form of gold that is too soft to make jewelleries as it includes 99.9% gold. It cannot be used for making regular form of jewellery. It has a distinct bright yellow colour. It is naturally the most expensive as compared to the gold from 18 karat to 22 karat.
22 karat gold
22 karat gold is the kind of gold that is generally used for making jewelleries. It has a shiny yellow coat. 22 karat jewellery is generally alloyed with silver or copper. The one with a reddish tint is gold mixed with copper and when zinc is added to copper it gives a yellow look to the jewellery. 22 karat gold is used to make plain gold jewellery but this cannot be prepared with diamonds or heavily studded jewellery.
18 karat gold
18 karat gold includes 75% of gold mixed with copper or silver etc. And it is a very popular form of gold for making jewellery. 18 karat is less expensive than 24 karat and 22 karat. It is very easy to recognize an 18 karat jewellry, as they are marked with 750, 0.75 or you can see the item stamped with 18 kt, 18 k. It is generally preferred for gemstones and diamond studded jewelleries.
14 karat gold
14 karat gold has 58.3% gold mixed with copper or silver and it is the cheapest type of jewellery. When 14 karat gold is alloyed with silver it becomes white gold and when 14 karat gold is alloyed with copper, it gives a dull bronze colour.