Appraising For Consumer Resale

[EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the first of a two-part column on appraising for consumer resale. Part 1 covers the basics; Part 2 in a future issue will fill in critical and often overlooked areas. Together, the two parts will complete a set of general Q&As on the four types of appraisal-related reports typically requested of jewelers (see “Price vs. Value with Point-of-Sale Appraisals,” JCK September 1994; “Conflict of Interest/Bias with Point-of-Sale Appraisals,” JCK, November 1994; and “Appraisal for Confirmation of Fair Purchase Price,” JCK, December 1994).] You advertise professional appraisal services; you also advertise that you buy “estate” jewelry. A gentleman comes in and asks to see the appraiser about a fine jewelry appraisal. The potential client indicates he is in a temporary financial bind and would like your opinion on the “resale value” of so
JCK PRO

This content is exclusive to JCK Pro subscribers. Subscribe now to access this and much more with discount code GOPRO21 for $199 for an entire year of access (reg. $249).

SUBSCRIBE TO CONTINUE

Already a JCK Pro? Log in

A JCK Pro subscription is your all-access pass to people and resources on the
cutting edge of the retail jewelry industry, from the industry authority you
know and trust

Learn about the Perks of JCK Pro

Log Out

Are you sure you want to log out?

CancelLog out