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GOLD. A metal used in making money, or coin. It is pure when the metal is unmixed with any other. Standard gold, is gold mixed with some other metal, called alloy. Vide Money.

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High-end "Edition" watches with 18-karat gold alloys are priced from $10,000 and go as high as $17,000.
Apple Watch Edition features cases specially crafted from custom rose or yellow 18-karat gold alloys developed to be twice as hard as standard gold, a Retina display protected by polished sapphire crystal and a choice of uniquely designed straps and bands with 18-karat gold clasps, buckles or pins.
Many of Rolex's models feature cases, among other components, cast in a number of 18-carat gold alloys.
The literature reports techniques such as welding methods --consisting on cylinders of gold alloys on which prefabricated gold type IV bars are welded--, (8) casting methods--by splinting castable abutments and bars (either prefabricated or burred) using a wax pattern which is coated and then casted as a single unit in metals such as gold type III (9-11) or in non-precious alloys such as Co-Cr--, (12) and CAD/CAM milling methods--using titanium and Co-Cr alloys.
33) Gold alloys have been used as a standard of care for indirect restorative services.
North Wales Police said it is red, white and blue in colour with gold alloys,.
Cadmium is used in gold alloys in place of silver to obtain different shades of colour such as pale-yellow or pink.