Based on the ancient unit of measure, the grain, and used to measure gold. The troy ounce contains 480 grains, while the avoirdupois ounce contains 437.5 grains. Therefore, a troy ounce equals 1.097 avoirdupois ounces. Also, a troy ounce equals 20 pennyweight (DWT).
Unit of measurement dating back to the Middle Ages. 1 Troy Ounce is equivalent to 31.1034807 grams.
Weight designation for precious metals, silver, gold and platinum 14.583 Tr.Oz per pound
A weight unit for precious metals predominately used in England and the U.S. Twenty pennyweights (dwt) equals one troy ounce, and twelve troy ounces equals one troy pound.
A unit in the Troy system of weights used for precious metals, based on a pound of 12 ounces and an ounce of 20 pennyweights or 480 grains. Gold is widely measured in Troy ounces. 1 Troy oz. = 31.1035 grams.
It is a weight unit practiced in England and the U.S. for precious metals. 20 pennyweights (dwt) is equal to one troy ounce, and 12 troy ounces is equal to one troy pound.
a weigh to measure weight. Differs from a regular "grocery store" ounce. Click here for a full explanation of what a troy ounce is.
A unit of weight, equal to about 1.1 avoirdupois (ordinary) ounces. The word ounce when applied to gold and silver always refers to troy ounces.
A unit measure used in the precious metals industry. A Troy ounce is equal to 31.10 grams. The amounts of palladium and platinum produced and/or sold by the company are reported in troy ounces. There are 12 troy ounces to a pound.
A unit of Troy weight, long used for weighing precious metals. The ounce contains 20 pennyweights each of 24 grains.
31.1035 grams or 1.097 ordinary ounces
a unit of apothecary weight equal to 480 grains or one twelfth of a pound
A unit of mass used to measure precious metals and defined so that there are 12 troy ounces in a troy pound. One troy ounce is equal to 31.103 g.
From the troy system of weight used for measuring precious metals, based on a pound of 12 ounces and an ounce of 20 pennyweights or 480 grains. Precious metals are measured in troy ounces worldwide.
The unit of measurement used in apothecary and in precious metal markets. A troy ounce is different from the avoirdupois ounce used customarily in the United States as 1/16th of a pound or 437 grains. A troy ounce is 1/12 of a troy pound or 480 grains.
Is equal to 1.09 ounces avoirdupois. Troy ounces are used for precious metals.
Troy ounce of a fineness of 999.9 parts per 1,000 parts, equal to 31.1034 grams. Despite the world's gradual conversion to the metric system, the troy ounce remains a fixture of the gold industry and the most important basis for expressing quotations of most gold markets.
unit of weight for precious metals. One troy ounce equals 31.1035 grams or 480 grains. One troy ounce equals 1.09711 avoirdupois ounce.
(3) unit of measure based on troy weight (12 ounces to 1 pound) and equal to 1.09714 avoirdupois ounces. (An avoirdupois ounce is the conventional U.S. weight measure in which 16 ounces equal 1 pound).
A unit for measuring the weight of gold. One troy ounce of gold weighs approximately 31.1 grams. The word "troy" is named after the French town of Troyes.
A measure of weight in which precious metals are sold. One Troy Ounce contains 31.1 grams. A kilogram contains 1,000 grams.
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Unit of weight measurement used for all precious metals. The familiar 16-ounce avoirdupois pound equals 14.583 Troy Ounces.
A measurement of weight that is commonly used for weighing precious metals like Sterling Silver. A Troy ounce is about 1.097 standard ounces. The abbreviation for this measurement is usually 'Toz' or 'ozT'. To avoid confusion, we always use standard ounces when describing all items sold on this site.
The traditional unit of weight for precious metals. One troy ounce = 31.1034807grams, 32.150746568 troy oz = 1 kilogram.