Buying or selling jewelry requires a lot of research and understanding to get what you want or what you need. It might be difficult to know where to begin your research, into buying and selling jewelry.
Try using a polishing cloth on all of the jewelry in a collection. This method ensures your jewelry stays shiny without having to use any chemical cleansers or solvents. All you do is polish it like you would a glass with the two-sided cloth. Use the polishing side first and, then the other side to make your jewelry shine.
Do not clean your jewelry with chemicals such as bleach or ammonia. These chemicals can wreak havoc on your jewelry, from discoloring bands, to dulling stones, to eroding enamel or glue.
Take care to store your jewelry safely. Boxes, holders, compartments, and hooks are all valuable tools for storing jewelry safely. Resist the urge to jumble all your pieces together in one box or basket. Not only will your necklaces become hopelessly tangled, you risk harming any fragile pieces as they bump and scrape against each other as you search the box.
You need to know how to care for each piece in your jewelry collection. Each type of stone, metal, and setting requires different type of care. A jewelry cleaner that is safe for one type of gemstone may damage another kind. If you are uncertain what the best practice is for caring for a particular piece of jewelry, ask your jeweler.
If you are getting jewelry for someone you consider to be one-of-a-kind, think about buying a piece that’s the same: unique and specially-crafted. This shows that you are both thoughtful and creative, traits that someone who would want a unique piece of jewelry is likely to value.
A brooch will accent your belt and will instantly add visual interest. The best places to pin the brooch for maximum visual impact are the middle of your waist and at hip line.
To keep your jewelry looking clean, only put it on after your make-up is applied and set. If you put on makeup after you put on your jewelry, dust and particles from the makeup will migrate to the jewelry, which makes it dirty quite quickly. This tip especially applies to necklaces and earrings.
Learning how to make informed decisions on the buying and selling of jewelry takes time and effort. With these tips in place, you can start experiencing success.