The biggest mistake that people make when it comes to buying and giving fine jewelry as a gift is that they think that's all there is to it. The only thing left to do now is wear it and enjoy it.
June 20, 2014 (Newswire) - The biggest mistake that people make when it comes to buying and giving fine jewelry as a gift is that they think that's all there is to it. The only thing left to do now is wear it and enjoy it. The fact is that any fine jewelry is not just a purchase but an investment and it needs to be treated as such. The problem is that many people don't know just exactly how to care for such an investment. They may have an idea that they need to clean and maintain their jewelry, but without knowing exactly what to use to clean it, they are often afraid they may ruin it beyond repair. That is why many jewelers now offer jewelry cleaning services to help their customers protect their investments.
"The number one item that is driving business right now, believe it or not, is that insurance commercial where they talk about gold jewelry." The master craftsman from King Fine Jewelry was referring to a recent nationwide advertisement from a major insurance carrier. "People come in and say that was the first time they really thought about how valuable their jewelry is and what they can do to help take care of that value."
If you were fortunate enough to own an original painting by a famous artist, odds are that you would know it should be cleaned and maintained on a regular basis and that you should leave such work up to an expert. Fine gold and diamond jewelry is no different. As something that will consistently grow in value, it needs to be treated in a special way, which is what makes jewelry cleaning services so very important. Not only do the services help the jewelry looking just as good as it did originally, it also gives the professional jeweler a chance to thoroughly inspect the jewelry and repair any damage that may have occurred through wear and tear.