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What is a Jewelry appraisal?

A jewelry appraisal is an assessment of a piece of jewelry, typically conducted by a qualified expert. This assessment includes factors such as determining the age, metal content, gemstone types, weight, and the intrinsic and/or market value of the jewelry. A jewelry appraisal will typically include a written report that describes the items in detail, including supporting information such as the laboratory testing used to make the assessment, and any photographs that accompanied the appraisal. By completing a jewelry appraisal, one can get a better understanding of the true worth of their jewelry, as well as any hidden features or faults they weren't aware of. Due to the expertise and knowledge required to do a proper appraisal, many people choose to hire a professional to do the job. This will often include a fee and a wait time for the appraisal to be completed. Jewelry appraisals are especially important when it comes to insurance claims, as the insurer will usually require such an assessment before they can provide coverage.

What are the different types of Jewelry appraisals?

Jewelry appraisers are highly trained professionals who assess the value of jewelry pieces using a range of methods. Appraisers must have deep knowledge of the jewelry field, including gemstone properties and current market pricing of precious metals. The most common type of jewelry appraisers are certified by the American Institute of Appraisal or the International Society of Appraisers. These appraisers must have a solid educational and professional foundation, as well as expertise in the current market and in-depth knowledge of industry standards. Other types of jewelry appraisers may include commercial appraisers, who assess the value of pieces in liquidation or against insurance claims; expert witnesses, who are called upon to present evidence in court cases; historical appraisers, who evaluate the significance and provenance of antique pieces; and personal property appraisers, who specialize in jewelry and other items. Lastly, online appraisers may be another option for assessing jewelry. Many online appraisers have years of experience in jewelry assessment but may not be certified or accredited. Many online appraisers offer free appraisals, which may be suitable for basic jewelry needs. It is always recommended to remain cautious and work with a reputable appraiser when evaluating jewelry, and to consult a professional for more in-depth appraisals.

Why get a Jewelry appraisal?

A jewelry appraisal is a necessary step for anyone who owns jewelry that has any value. The reason to get the appraisal is for insurance purposes, to be able to check the authenticity of the jewelry, to properly tax the item, to determine the resale value of the item, and to establish an itemized history and record of the jewelry. Insurance purposes are the most important reason to get a jewelry appraisal. It is used to ensure that you receive the appropriate amount of compensation in case the jewelry is damaged or stolen. An unbiased, third-party appraisal of the jewelry is the only way to accurately determine its true worth or value. The appraisal also helps you to properly tax the item and essentially determine the resale value for the item. Appraising jewelry can also establish an itemized history of the item or piece which may be important to some who wish to inherit or transfer ownership of the item in the future.

Can a Jewelry appraisal be done online?

Yes, you can get a jewelry appraisal done online. AppriaseItNow is one of the only companies that can handle online appraisals and their process is USPAP-compliant in all states. During the online appraisal process, you can have a live video based conversation over Zoom, Google Meet, Skype, or FaceTime and they can evaluate the jewelry. This helps ensure the appraisal process is as complete and accurate as possible. You can be sure that the appraisal you receive is of the highest quality with AppriaseItNow.

How much does a Jewelry appraisal cost?

Jewelry appraisals are billed on an hourly basis, ranging between $100 and $250 per hour. These appraisals may be completed online depending on the item; in-person appraisals will sometimes include travel fees, when applicable. For some projects, when necessary, the price can be determined ahead of time, in line with the specifications of the work. Additionally, across all of our appraisals, we offer a best price guarantee, beating any lower quote by 5%. If you have any further questions regarding pricing for artwork appraisals, please do not hesitate to reach out!

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