The value of jewellery remains topical. Indeed, a jewel is an article of body adornment to be worn on the body, in the body, or even on articles of clothing. To recognise its exact value, you need to be aware of certain criteria.
The different types of valuable jewellery
At present, the different types of jewellery on sale can be grouped into 6 distinct categories.
First, the neck models are often fancy items and they are very much appreciated by women. Like necklaces or pendants… Also, the chest models vary between the clip, the badge, the brooch, the tie-pins, the ferret, the fibula, the pectoral, the pin, etc. In addition, the ankle models are mainly presented as ankle bracelets. On the other hand, the other models generally include small or large jewellery sets. These include amulets, trees of life, jewellery boxes, belt buckles, charms, cameos, cassolettes, chains, rosaries, medals, lockets, watches, piercings, pomanders, solitaires, etc. You may have a free online jewelry appraisal on several websites.
The different measuring tools in jewellery
There are different tools needed to know the value of jewellery. Such as flexible rulers or hat stands or digital calipers that can be used to accurately measure the size of your jewellery. Then, point calipers are designed to measure the distance of a circle and to be able to create perfect and precise circles. Then, eagle beak gauges are jewellery tools used to measure the thickness of metals to within a tenth of a millimetre. Also, bracelet gauges are used to measure the length of a bracelet and wrists with a circumference below 23 centimetres. In addition, digital stone gauges allow stones to be accurately calibrated and read in carats.
How to estimate the value of a piece of jewellery?
Firstly, you need to find out the real time price of metals to understand the value of a carat and get a better estimate of jewellery.
Then, technically, you must also define beforehand the colour, the design (simple, standard, custom), the model (old, exotic, new), the style of ornaments, the size, the type of metals (steel, silver, bronze, ceramic, cobalt, platinum, tungsten, etc. ) and stones (silver, diamond, emerald, gold, ruby, sapphire or other) attached to it, the type of jewel (arm, ankle, neck, chest, head, or other), its functions (erotic, identity, magic-religious, sentimental, social, utilitarian, etc.), the volume, etc.