Jewelry Appraisal experts around Tucson AZ
Reviews of respected Appraisers, Gemologists & Gem Labs who provide jewelry appraisal and gem testing services to the City of Tucson and throughout the Counties of Pima and Santa Cruz. Appraisals for insurance replacement, probate, equitable distribution, donation, resale, divorce and services to assist in purchase verification and expert witness scenarios.
All JAW Associates:
- Are full-time accredited Appraisers and diamond experts, 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.
Click the "View Profile" button on the Appraisers' listings below to view their full profile. This displays their credentials, appraisal cost, gallery, client reviews, an outline of their appraisal & gemological services and advice on how you can do business with them.
The Appraisers below are arranged in order of the number of customer reviews they have received.
Artabella Jewelry Appraisals
Tucson, Arizona, USA
Artabella Jewelry Appraisal offers expert appraisal of gems, diamonds, watches and fine jewelry at their centrally located office and gem lab in Tucson AZ. You may attend in person, where many appraisals can be completed during the duration of your appointment. Alternatively, for added security and convenience, accredited Appraiser Tracy Lee Aros can bring a complete portable lab to the comfort and privacy of your home, office or Lawyer's office.
Tracy is a highly qualified Gemologist with over 20 years of professional expertise and is a Master Gemologist Appraiser® ... [more]
Salik Jewelry Appraisals, LLC
Tucson, Arizona, USA
Salik Jewelry Appraisals is located between the Vista Del Sahuaro and Dietz areas of Tucson. Registered Master Valuer and Graduate Gemologist, Linda Saliky, GG (GIA), offers a wide range of expertise in diamonds, colored gems and watches for consumers, trust and estate professionals, attorneys & insurance companies.
Linda will assist you in her comfortable office, and in some cases you will leave with your completed appraisal documentation, which includes a detailed and accurate description of your jewelry, with colored gemstone and diamond grading ... [more]
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.
Divorce (rarely requested) - this type of appraisal is used to help divide the tangible assets of a marital estate. The type of value provided in the appraisal report will typically be determined by specific State statutes, by agreement between the parties or by the trier of fact (the Court). Commonly requested types of value include fair market value, liquidation value, replacement value and/or marketable cash value. The level of detail provided may also be a matter of agreement or decree.
Equitable Division / Distribution (occasionally requested) - Used to divide an estate among its heirs in an impartial and financially fair manner. Several different types of value could be requested by the estate administrator depending on what the heirs have agreed to or the specific needs of the estate. In general, the level of detail provided in the report is sufficient to identify the property being appraised and highlight the primary characteristics on which the value was based. Fair market value, market value, liquidation value and marketable cash value are some of the more common types of value requested by estate administrators.
Insurance Replacement (routinely requested) - Replacement value appraisals are intended to be used for scheduled insurance coverage of jewelry and watches. The descriptions are usually the most detailed of any appraisal type and include the quality and condition of the item as well as the cut, color, clarity and carat weight (calculated or estimated) of gemstones and diamonds. When appropriate, the age or historical provenance may also be considered as value elements. Depending on the specifics of the item being appraised, the replacement value may be based on the analysis of sales for similar ‘new’ items of like kind and quality or sales of ‘used’ (vintage) items of comparable kind, quality and utility.