Appraisal: a certified document you can present to insurance companies in case of damage or theft, for example, and it is also essential in the process of settling an estate.
How much is mom’s diamond brooch worth? Can you share inherited jewelry equitably? What is the worth of my grandmother's pendant? Are you giving jewelry as a gift to a family member, or someone else?
For insurance purposes you will want a full, complete, and highly detailed appraisal of each gemstone. A certified appraisal is what insurance companies prefer and for your benefit it's best to keep your appraisals up to date, every three to five years.
Here at The Diamond Gallery of Naperville we have certified staff members, a guild gemologist, accredited appraisers, and accreditation from the top recognized jewelry institutions. During an appraisal we will:
Tip: If you have an old appraisal or a receipt from the original purchase of a jewelry item, bring it with you when you have your piece appraised. This can help the appraiser determine vital information like original cost or the carat weight of a gem (so no need to remove it from its current setting to weigh it) and can even lessen the cost of the appraisal.
Types and Reasons to get an Appraisal
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