ESTATE JEWELRY VALUE GUIDE
We are pleased to present you this informative Estate Jewelry Value Guide. This estate valuation guide was written by Louis Benowitz G.G. of Gemwin, Inc. His father started the family jewelry business in 1971 by importing gold chain from Italy. Mr. Louis Benowitz graduated the Gemological Institute of America resident program as a Graduate Gemologist in 1983 and is an appraiser of jewelry, watches and other precious items. Mr. Benowitz is also a GIA jewelry designer and experienced jewelry manufacturer. He focuses on appraising and buying estate jewelry and other estate items listed in this guide. The office is located in Downtown Los Angeles.
Mr. Benowitz understands that many retired people have a considerable amount of valuable jewelry and watches sitting around in jewelry boxes, drawers, safety deposit boxes or in secret hiding places. You may still be paying annual insurance or possibly cancelled the insurance to save the additional insurance premium. If you rarely or never wear the jewelry consider selling now while prices are high. Although you may want to keep some special pieces to pass on, you may want to liquidate all to help buy a new car, remodel your place, help out family members, take a vacation, give monetary gifts for the holidays or just have cash on hand. This guide will give you straight forward information about real cash value, a simple legal way to save on taxes and the different methods of selling estate jewelry. This guide may not be reproduced in full or in part without written consent from Gemwin, Inc.
This guide is divided into four main categories: Jewelry, Watches, Assorted Estate Items and Appraisals/Selling.
The best way to contact us is through email Buyer@Gemwin.com
Always free consultations and free verbal appraisals. Written appraisals for insurance or written Estate Value Appraisals are available. Please contact Lou@Gemwin.com
Immediate payment via bank check, bank wire or certified bank check in most cases.