Getting an Appraisal to Sell Estate Jewelry
Most people like things that are shiny and new — including cars, phones and jewelry. No matter how practical you claim to be, you may have a secret desire to buy diamonds, gold and other eye-catching precious gems. You can take pride in things of value because you know how hard you worked to afford them or what they meant to their former owners.
If you’ve inherited something valuable, it carries additional sentimental value. Inherited jewelry, for example, may be the most difficult things to sell, for both emotional and financial reasons. Once you get over the hurdle and decide to sell it, you’re faced with another hurdle: learning to sell estate jewelry can be a difficult process.