understanding jewelry pricing and value

How To Get Fast Cash With Bad Credit

If you find yourself suddenly in need of quick cash and you don't have the credit score required to get a traditional loan, then you will want to look for other ways you can get cash fast. This article will introduce you to some of the options you have available to you that won't require you to pass a credit check. Get a personal loan You can seek out a personal loan from someone you know. Read More 

The New Shop Owner’s Guide To Displaying Jewelry

Although beautiful jewelry can somewhat sell itself, how you display your pieces is also important. The goal of a display is to highlight the beauty and richness of your pieces to attract the eyes of potential customers. As a new shop owner, deciding how to display your pieces might seem like an overwhelming process; however, if you know what to do it's not quite that hard. Here are some tips to get you started. Read More 

How To Remove Watch Links Easily

Watch bands made of metal usually have several links that connect together, and they can be removed or added in order to adjust the size of the watch to your wrist. You don't have to take your watch to the jeweler and pay a lot of money in order to make these simple adjustments. In fact, most watches are made so that the wearer can remove or replace the links themselves. Read More 

How To Clean Jewelry Before An Estate Sale

When you are getting items in an estate ready to sell, you want to make sure that they look as good as possible before you sell them in order to get the best price. One item that is particularly dependent on looking good is estate jewelry. If you do not clean estate jewelry, then it will look dull and like it is worth less, causing people to be less willing to purchase it or bid on it. Read More 

How To Clean An Analog Watch

Cleaning your watch is an important step in making sure that it lasts for a long time and looks great throughout its lifespan. Here's the process for cleaning your watch. 1. Make Sure That the Crown is Entirely Screwed Down Because you are going to be using liquids to clean your watch, you want to make sure that any batteries or electronic mechanisms are entirely protected from this moisture. The easiest way to do this is to screw down the watch's crown, or the part of the watch that rises above everything else and displays the face. Read More