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Common Jewelry Appraisal Terms

A jewelry appraiser estimates the value of gemstones and gold, silver, and antique jewelry. If you are looking to buy, sell, or insure a piece of jewelry, you may need the skills of a qualified appraiser. Below are a few terms to be familiar with when you are using the services of an expert in jewelry appraisal.

  • Carat – A measurement used to describe the purity of gold and the size of gemstones and pearls. Pure gold is labeled 24-carat. Often, gold that is less than 24-carats is mixed with silver. With gemstones and pearls, a carat is a unit of mass equal to 200 milligrams.
  • Cut – A term that refers to the shape into which a gemstone has been cut for use in jewelry. With diamonds, cut refers to the styling of the stone including symmetry, proportions, and polish. The cut of a diamond impacts its brilliance and its value.
  • Clarity – The internal and surface traits of a diamond, including any cracks, foreign particles, or other structural imperfections. Flaws can make a stone appear cloudy, lowering its clarity and decreasing its value.
  • Color – An important evaluation criteria in the appraisal of diamonds that refers to hue of a stone. A pure diamond is clear, but natural diamonds, like those found in antique jewelry, often have a slight tint to them that can add to or detract from their value.
  • Synthetic Gems – Gemstones created in a laboratory that have the same properties as their natural equivalents. During an appraisal, it will quickly be determined whether a stone is natural or synthetic.
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    Jewelry Box Detective
    136 Spring Street, Glastonbury, CT 06033
    Contact Kate Schweitzer at (860) 785-4592 in Glastonbury, CT, to learn more about the jewelry appraisal she can provide for your costume jewelry.
    (860) 785-4592
    Olivia's Love
    247 Highland Street, New Haven, CT 06511
    Contact our trustworthy jewelry store at (475) 209-2017 in New Haven, CT, for more information about the jewels and fashion accessories that we offer. Contact our trustworthy jewelry store at (475) 2
    (475) 209-2017
    Elegance In Silver
    250 Smithfield Road, North Providence, RI 02904
    Contact us (877) 725-2961 in North Providence, RI, to design your own handmade jewelry.Contact us (877) 725-2961 in North Providence, RI, to design your own handmade jewelry.Contact us (877) 725-2961
    (877) 725-2961
    Master Jewelers Inc
    807 Williams St, Longmeadow, MA 01106
    (413) 567-7977
    National Jewlery
    Springfield, MA 01119
    (413) 525-7880
    Gem Jewelry
    1129 New Britain Ave, West Hartford, CT 06110
    (860) 236-1986
    New England Gem Lab
    24 Lyme St, Old Lyme, CT 06371
    (860) 434-8885
    Janeliunas Jewelry
    Po Box 417, Townsend, MA 01469
    (978) 597-5939
    Desimmone Co Inc
    560 Forest Rd, West Haven, CT 06516
    (203) 389-6751
    Stoneman Custom Jewelers
    82 Washington St Ste 2, Keene, NH 03431
    (603) 352-0811
    Broadway Loan & Jewelry
    720 Broadway, Pawtucket, RI 02860
    Offering immediate cash payments and free appraisals. We buy, sell and loan on gold, diamonds, jewelry, coins and watches. Also have tools, scrap, antiques and diamonds of all shapes and sizes.
    (401) 729-6900
    New England Diamond Company
    1865 Post Rd, Warwick, RI 02886
    (401) 739-7878
    Jewelry Appraisal Services
    1865 Post Rd, Warwick, RI 02886
    (401) 739-3232
    Jewelry Judge The
    2 Summer St Ste 34, Natick, MA 01760
    (508) 653-0002
    Olit Inc
    38 Lockhart Ave, Warwick, RI 02886
    (401) 737-7580


    Jewelry appraisal companies determine the value of items such as earrings, necklaces, watches, and bracelets. They use a variety of techniques to determine the value of jewelry. Evaluating jewlery not only includes deciding how much the gold, silver, diamonds, and precious stones are worth, but also how antique designs can add to the overall value of the piece. It is important to do this before you buy antique jewelery. There are lots of jewelry appraisal companies in the world, so you want to be sure that you know what to look for when you hire one. Literally anyone can advertise that they are appraisers, often making this a difficult decision. Having an accurate appraisal can help you sell the piece at a fair price. It is important to choose a professional that has been certified to provide jewelry appraisal services to the public. This helps ensure that they know how to look at a stone's cut, measure a diamond's clarity, and determine the weight for gold and silver pieces. This helps determine the approximate price the jewelry would sell for on the current market. In general, you should look for someone who is certified as a jeweler or graduate jeweler. These professionals usually have the most experience in determining the value of jewelry containing gold, silver, and diamond elements. It also ensures that they know how to measure the carat content and clarity of fine jewelry. Finding information about professional appraisers is usually pretty simple. Just use a search engine to find the web sites of companies that perform this service. Be sure to talk to them thoroughly before you hire their services. This will help you choose a professional who can provide an accurate appraisal based on the design of your gem.
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