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Question DetailsAsked on 10/15/2017

I have my grandmothers necklace im not sure what its called & is their a value?

I have my great grandmothers necklace. It looks like a saphiret stone but im not sure. I would like more info on it & what its worth?

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Most jewelry stores will do valuations - sometimes as low as $25 but usually around $50 minimum and can run as much as $1000 ormore range depending on complexity (number and type of jewels and such). Some places do appraisals on a flat rates, some as $50-200/hour hourly rate - and generally a formal written appraisal for insurance or tax purpsoes will cost more than a brief "rough valuation" verbal estimate of value.

If wanting this for financial purposes or for Estate valuation / tax purpsoes, be sure you also have a copy of the appraiser's professional qualifications sheet (sort of like a resume) attached to the appraisal, as proof they are qualified to do appraisals, as a certified gemologist.

Answered 3 years ago by LCD

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