Jewelry Appraisal

Eternity Wedding Bands is Proud to Provide a Free Appraisal With All Purchases.


What is a Jewelry Appraisal?

In a fancy way of saying it, a jewelry appraisal is a printed report based on a gemological analysis of a set of diamonds.

Impressive language aside, a jewelry appraisal provides vital characteristics of a specific piece of jewelry.  It describes the cut, color, clarity, and carat weight of your new diamonds, and provides an approximate retail replacement value of the diamond jewelry.  An appraisal is often required for insurance coverage and may be helpful if you intend to resell the item. Lucky for you, Eternity Wedding Bands provides a FREE jewelry appraisal with ALL purchases!


What Will Our Jewelry Appraisal Tell You?

Our ring appraisal contains valuable information about your diamond jewelry, including the following:   

  • An accurate description of each article of jewelry purchased
  • The characteristics of the diamonds including colorclaritycut and carat weight
  • The diamond shape (round, princess-cut, emerald, etc.)
  • The type of precious metal setting (platinumgold, etc.)
  • The weight of the item
  • The approximate current retail replacement market value


Why Do I Need a Jewelry Appraisal?

You need a jewelry appraisal for a number of reasons:

  • You receive assurance that the diamonds in your wedding band or jewelry item are authentic and of the quality you purchased.
  • A ring appraisal is often required by insurance companies to receive coverage.
  • Should you decide to resell the item, the appraisal will provide the stamp of authenticity you’ll need to request market value.


What is the Difference Between a Diamond Certificate and a Jewelry Appraisal?

A diamond certificate is a document issued by a laboratory describing a loose diamond. The certificate provides a grade indicating the physical properties of the diamond. For a mounted stone or piece of jewelry, a jewelry appraisal is used. A ring appraisal indicates an estimated dollar replacement value for the piece under consideration at that specific time. Appraisals are most often used for insurance purposes.