Tips To Help You Sell Your Jewelry

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1. Tips To Help You Sell Your Jewelry You never want to use bleach, ammonia, or any other cleaning solvents that are not designed specifically for cleaning jewelry. Chemicals can eat away the stones or enamel on your stones. What color gold do they seem to favor - white or yellow? Do they normally wear a bracelet? What type of earrings do they prefer - drop and dangle or studs? Take a mental note of this important information. Once you are aware of their preferences, you will be in a better position to determine what to buy them. Check out the latest trends in jewelry before you pick up a new piece. The one thing that makes a great purchase an outstanding one is getting a bargain on it. Do your research before settling on one diamond. See what you like up close, and then compare it to other pieces that you look at. Be careful of tricks that jewelers use to make a diamond look bigger or better. Before buying a new item of jewelry, do a little research on recent trends. Purchasing a new trinket to add to your collection is always delightful, especially if you find it on sale. Know how to keep your jewelry beautiful. Different metals, stones, and settings have different needs to ensure proper maintenance. Each piece is individual in its needs so don't assume what works well for one piece will work well for all. If you're not sure of how to properly care for your jewelry, seek advice from a reputable jeweler. Before you buy, ask the jeweler if and how the gemstone was treated. The type of care required will differ depending on the kind of treatment. Applying the wrong chemical when cleaning a gemstone can cause the protective treatment to dissolve, and damage the appearance of the gem. Ask the jeweler what type of insurance is available for your purchase. These policies dictate whether or not the jeweler will replace or fix your item of jewelry if it is damaged. There are some jewelers that will also have insurance plans for pieces that get lost or stolen. Untangle your knotted necklaces, even the delicate ones. You can easily give up on a knotted mass of metal, but instead grab some plastic wrap. Put the necklace on the plastic wrap and add a little mineral oil or baby oil. Do the untangling yourself with a pair of needles. Clean with warm, soapy water and gently pat dry. A clasp that will hold up is a very important part of any necklace or bracelet. You may end up losing a treasured or costly piece through no fault of your own. You can avoid this by looking at the clasps prior to purchasing new pieces. You can purchase a safety clasp to secure 2. expensive pieces of jewelry. An additional clasp -- or clasps -- can be added to particularly priceless items to keep them extra safe. When it is properly selected and cared for, jewelry has considerable value, both sentimental and financial. When you protect your jewelry you help protect both your investment and your memories. When you educate yourself on everything there is to know about jewelry you learn what it takes to get the most from your jewelry. For much more beneficial details please visit Shop For The Right Jewelry By Following These Tips