09-19-2012 11:23 AM
I had several pieces of Eternagold and a few years back, I decided to try to sell a few of them to a gold dealer. I got VERY little money for them, in fact less than 25% of what I paid, because they contain a LOT of alloy. That's why they keep saying it's "harder and stronger" because of the "patented alloy ingredient." Their jewelry is beautiful and it probably won't matter if you plan to always keep it, however, they are overpriced for the amount of actual gold you are getting. Just had to say something because Ted Leach keeps talking about what a great bargain these are because the price of gold is $1700 an ounce.
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