How much gold is in a 14K bracelet?

A 14K gold bracelet contains 58.3% pure gold. The "14K" designation indicates that the bracelet is made of 14 parts gold out of a total of 24 parts. To calculate how much pure gold is in a 14K bracelet, you can use the following formula:

Pure Gold Content (in troy ounces) = (Weight of the Bracelet in troy ounces) x (Gold Fineness)

For example, if you have a 14K gold bracelet that weighs 1 troy ounce (31.1 grams), the pure gold content would be:

Pure Gold Content = 1 troy ounce x 0.583 (14K gold fineness) = 0.583 troy ounces of pure gold

So, a 1 troy ounce 14K gold bracelet contains approximately 0.583 troy ounces (or approximately 18.14 grams) of pure gold. Keep in mind that the actual weight and value will vary depending on the specific weight of the bracelet and the current market price for gold.