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How to buy old jewelry?

How to buy old jewelry?

In the modern financial world, the acquisition of precious stones and jewelry is the best investment. It should be taken into account that such an investment requires a proper examination, so the advice: a jeweler, a diamond expert, a gemologist may be priceless or necessary. Condition of the jewelry Always check jewelry for wear. Visible traces of shabby may indicate that they are often used, so the cost will be less. Examine all the fasteners, make sure that the fasteners are genuine and that no stone or other decoration hangs. Mastery and quality Pay attention to how the jewelry is made, who made them from what materials. Vintage jewelry is usually of high quality, but you need to make sure that they have any corrections. Authenticity If you are planning on buying a signed jewelry, remember that the manufacturer's signature must be visible. Try to find out how it looked from the beginning, how little it could have changed over the years. For example, a necklace in a vintage style marked with a stamp with the inscription "Chanel", but without mentioning "made in France" does not mean that it is fake. Price Ancient jewelry is a wonderful investment, at times reach dizzying prices. If you want to become an owner of antiques at a bargain price - try to negotiate. This is the best way to get hold of an interesting product without depriving a significant portion of the money. Where to buy antique jewelry? Auctions of antiques are the best place where you can find good quality, vintage jewelry. For example, a buyer who recently bought an ornamental egg for $ 14,000 on an antique auction turned out to be the ruined Faberge egg, from about 1887, costing approx. 30 million dollars.