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Selling Jewelry
by: Yvonne

Jenny now that you have an appraisal, it's going to be a lot easier to sell your jewelry. However, good clear photos of the jewelry are still really important if you wish to sell jewelry on-line. I cannot stress the importance of good close-up jewelry photographs enough.

Buy a good book on beginners photography. There is a good book on photographing jewelry from the Antique Jewelry Investor Bookshop. It's called "Photographing Arts, Crafts & Collectibles: Take Great Digital Photos for Portfolios, Documentation, or Selling on the Web" (Paperback) by Steve Meltzer.

You are welcome to post a listing at the jewelry exchange on Antique Jewelry Investor here:
Antique Jewelry Exchange

You can also add your listing to the security exchange at WIW2U now that you have a current appraisal. Their link is in the proceeding post.

You may like to visit coro jewelry for sale at Morning Glory to compare prices and work out your best selling price.

If you would like to sell to a dealer, select one who specializes in jewelry and who has a good reputation for fair dealing. Most dealers do not like to play a guessing game, so this is where the appraisal comes in, as its a benchmark that helps you and the dealer work out how much you want for your jewelry.

Have in mind that a dealer must buy at a percentage of the price for which he/she expects to sell the jewelry.

Every dealer's percentage and the items they want to buy will vary depending on what they sell best, what they are known for, and what they have buyers for at any given time.

Morning Glory buys costume jewelry and if you would like to sell, they are "delighted" to see pictures and a price list. You can email Jane from this page here and make further enquiries.

Hope this helps Jenny.
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Yvonne Hammouda-Eyre
ANTIQUE JEWELRY INVESTOR





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Coro, Corocraft - Cohen & Rosenberger
by: Yvonne

Jenny now that you have an appraisal, it's going to be a lot easier to sell your jewelry. However, good clear photos of the jewelry are still really important if you wish to sell jewelry on-line. I cannot stress the importance of good close-up jewelry photographs enough.

Buy a good book on beginners photography. There is a good book on photographing jewelry from the Antique Jewelry Investor Bookshop. It's called "Photographing Arts, Crafts & Collectibles: Take Great Digital Photos for Portfolios, Documentation, or Selling on the Web" (Paperback) by Steve Meltzer. (it is the last book on the page)

You are welcome to post a listing at the jewelry exchange on Antique Jewelry Investor here:
Antique Jewelry Exchange

You can also add your listing to the security exchange at WIW2U now that you have a current appraisal. Their link is in the proceeding post.

You may like to visit coro jewelry for sale at Morning Glory to compare prices and work out your best selling price.

If you would like to sell to a dealer, select one who specializes in jewelry and who has a good reputation for fair dealing. Most dealers do not like to play a guessing game, so this is where the appraisal comes in, as its a benchmark that helps you and the dealer work out how much you want for your jewelry.

Have in mind that a dealer must buy at a percentage of the price for which he/she expects to sell the jewelry.

Every dealer's percentage and the items they want to buy will vary depending on what they sell best, what they are known for, and what they have buyers for at any given time.

Morning Glory buys costume jewelry and if you would like to sell, they are "delighted" to see pictures and a price list. You can email Jane from this page here and make further enquiries.

Hope this helps Jenny.
best
Yvonne Hammouda-Eyre
ANTIQUE JEWELRY INVESTOR





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Close-up Photo Required
by: Guru Team

Please send close-up photos that are in focus.


thanks
Guru Team
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