Fine gem stone jewellery always is a wonderful possession, just to look at it sparkle or dazzle on your skin. The beauty of designs can be so breathtaking; you could just stare at it for hours. However, are you sure that what you're buying is a real fine gem stone jewellery, even if it sparkles and shines? Did you really make a smart buy on your jewellery?
An amateur buyer wouldn't notice the quality of the gem stone jewellery he/she bought. Oftentimes, we are dazzled by the appearance rather than the details of its make or design. Our money should ultimately go to the finest gem stone jewellery for it to will dazzle and sparkle after decades. Here are some tips on digging for fine gem stone jewellery.
Don't buy stone jewellery just anywhere, buy from the BEST
As I've said, we shouldn't be taken in just by appearance. We should rather look into the intricacy of its make. To be able to spot this, you should buy from a recommended dealer or a reputable store. Asking around of friends and colleagues will help you buy fine gem stone jewellery.
The sign of a good jeweler is someone who can guide you into picking the best gem stone jewellery. The jeweler should be a trained professional knowledgeable about the quality of what they are selling. Also ask if the jeweler provides other services that will be necessary for the future.
Big no-no to discounts
It’s been proven that people shop in stores where there are discounts, but never be lured by jewellery stores posing discounts. A 50% discount or more on valuable gem stone jewellery is just so unbelievable it couldn't be true. Stores use the discount strategy to get buyers to flock into their store. This means that most of them just put up the discount sign without anything actually being discounted. A good way to avoid being trapped in these discount stores is to canvass for prices in other stores to compare and contrast the price range.
Look for the papers and the marks
When buying, ask for the signed certificate of authenticity or the quality mark or the karat mark. These quality marks show on gold and sterling silver jewellery. If the quality mark is there, it means that the federal law requires a U.S. trademark on it. When the jeweler can't provide you the quality mark or the signed certificate of authenticity, don't buy anything there.
Fine gem stone jewellery can be fully enjoyed if it's genuine and in top-notch quality. The sparkles will surely last for a long time and could be further enjoyed by the next generation.