Red Bank | Asbury Park | Middletown NJ
Jewelry appraisal experts in Red Bank
Reviews of Appraisers and Gemologists who provide jewelry appraisal & gemological services to the Red Bank NJ area, including Asbury Park and Middletown.
All JAW Associates:
- Are full-time accredited Appraisers and Gemologists, not retail jewelers.
- Are fully qualified and experienced.
- Have had all of their credentials independently verified by us.
- Are held to account by national and sometimes also international appraisal governing bodies.
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The Appraisers below are arranged in order of the number of customer reviews they have received.
Jewelry Appraisers & Consultants
Red Bank, New Jersey, USA
Barbara Nevius provides a jewelry appraisal service to private clients, Bank's Estate and Trust Department and Attorneys throughout Monmouth County and beyond, from her office in Red Bank NJ. Barbara can also meet you in your home, office or at your bank to document and photograph your precious pieces. With this information, a complete Appraisal Report will be prepared with two hard copies sent to you by post, as well as an email copy in PDF format.
Barbara is a Certified Senior Member of the National Association of Jewelry Appraisers and has extensive... [more info, fees, reviews etc]
Types of Jewelry Appraisals
Only those specifically referred to on this page are described here
Further types will be mentioned on the Appraisers' profile pages as there are several other types of appraisal reports, each with its own particular wording, purpose, objectives and resulting values. For an expanded list of valuation types, go to the Appraisal Definitions page.
Estate Tax (commonly requested) - Estate appraisals prepared to help determine estate tax must meet specific standards outlined in the Code of Federal Regulations and / or the specific regulations of each specific State. For Federal estate tax purposes, the Fair Market Value, as specifically defined by the tax code, is provided based on the methodology and to the level of detail required by the IRS. Recent Tax Court rulings require that these appraisals must meet very specific criteria. This type of jewelry appraisal is very demanding and requires an Appraiser with a high level of education, training and experience in order to help avoid significant tax penalties and possible sanctions by the IRS. Specific value definition and requirements vary between States.