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How to test CORAL with Vinegar Genuine Coral vs Fake Coral Jewelry

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  • Posted: 2019-04-16 23:42

    Rick Ryerson

    Coral is calcium carbonate... Vinegar is acidic... Don't mix the two.
  • Posted: 2019-04-16 23:42

    Kayena

    How to ruin your coral jewelry in 20 seconds
  • Posted: 2019-04-16 23:42

    premabhakti. de

    sorry what a bullshit! If you treat your coral like that, it will loose its shiny silky luster. DONT DO IT!
  • Posted: 2019-04-16 23:42

    Samhita Das

    What happens if a real Red Coral gemstone is dipped in raw milk for 3 days? Will the lactic acid in milk react with the calcium carbonate of the red coral? Will the red Coral become white from the reaction and lose its efficacy?
  • Posted: 2019-04-16 23:42

    Abhishek Priyadarshi

    Only lab test for fake or Ori.
  • Posted: 2019-04-16 23:42

    Abhishek Priyadarshi

    Farji hai .
  • Posted: 2019-04-16 23:42

    Karameliwa Eliwa

    If you put vinegar or lemon on coral its will lose its color , don't test it like this !!!
  • Posted: 2019-04-16 23:42

    Ali uas11

    شنوا نوع السااائل وشنوا تكول وممكن احد يفهمنه
  • Posted: 2019-04-16 23:42

    Noe D. Martinez

    Thanks for the great info.
  • Posted: 2019-04-16 23:42

    Yessica Vega

    my friend left the coral in the vinager and it fake away is that means is not natural color?
  • Posted: 2019-04-16 23:42

    Kerry D

    It may be "real" coral but could well be "sponge coral" that has been ground and dyed to look either like red or salmon Mediterranean coral or angel skin coral. This type of "coral" is ubiquitous, being made in China and sold very cheaply, and often misrepresented as "antique" or "vintage." It can have resin or glass added too. Milk, etc, to determine whether dyed, does not offer proof. The only way to tell for certain is to have a jeweler or gemologist look with a microscope.
  • Posted: 2019-04-16 23:42

    420FlowerPower

    How do you feel about wearing coral now that it's deemed "too precious to wear"? I have an antique coral necklace I want to wear to Hawaii but I fear it will make people mad.
  • Posted: 2019-04-16 23:42

    moonstone

    Hello another way to know if is real coral is submerge in white milk if is real the milk will look stained.

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