You may want a jewelry appraisal for several reasons: to make sure that your jewelry isn’t underinsured, to see how the value has changed over time, or to assess the value of a previously owned piece of jewelry that you’ve purchased or been given. “Where can I get my jewelry appraised?” is one of the most common questions we hear at Lavalier, so we’ve compiled a set of guidelines to use when selecting a jewelry appraiser. Start your search by focusing on jewelers who have top-notch credentials. Each of the following gemological associations offers highly respected courses in gem identification and valuation. Use their online databases to locate professionals in your area who have the appropriate education.Read More →
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