Jewelry. Published at Monday, May 29th 2017, 15:40:20 PM by Kamille.
Birthday is the usual occasions we have in our life. Of course who among of us humans, doesn`t celebrate one`s birthday? So if you are planning to give her a gift during her birthday, birthstone jewelry is the ideal one. Obviously it`s her birthday, so you have to give her a birthstone jewelry that corresponds to the month she was born. With these exceptional types of jewelry your gift is guaranteed to wear every day. Let`s say for instances your girlfriends birth day falls in the month of June. So you have to give her a Pearl. But then if her birth day falls in the month of July, obviously you have to give her a set of Ruby Jewelries.
Condition is a major determining factor of the price received for your jewelry. Damaged and broken jewelry many times justify the restoration costs but most of the time damaged jewelry is only valued at its intrinsic worth. Jewelry repair in many instances is counter-intuitive. I have seen jewelry that has been mangled in such a way that the cost of restoration is minor and easily justified. On the other hand what appeared to be an insignificant problem rendered the jewelry unrestorable. Jewelry repair is one area you don`t want to be a "do it yourselfer". Let the professionals do it, or it could end up costing you a ton of money.
The jewelry industry has been recycling for millennia. In fact some of the gold in your jewelry could have been in use since the time of Jesus. Damaged beyond repair jewelry is bought at its intrinsic worth. The intrinsic value is the metal (gold, platinum, silver) price plus any gems. The refining process used to recover the metal utilizes strong chemicals and has strict environmental regulations which impact the price given for metal brought to be recycled.
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