filled gold


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filled gold

(fĭld)
n.
A relatively inexpensive metal such as brass with a surface layer of bonded gold.

filled gold

n
(Metallurgy) another name (esp US) for rolled gold
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Gold, silver and gilt cases were still the most common, but in the 19th century a few simple watches were made, these were often housed in plain silver, gold plated (some times called rolled gold or filled gold, steel, nickel, and chrome plated ones.
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