How to choose an investment jewelry piece
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How to choose an investment jewelry piece

Not everything you buy will retain its value. In fact, most things will be virtually worthless shortly after you get them out of the store. While jewelry is somewhat immune to this due to the materials involved, it can be said that the markup fades away quickly leaving only the material value intact, so when choosing jewelry on the more expensive side, it's important to go with classic styles and those you can get a lot of mileage out of. Here are a few things to keep in mind when choosing an investment piece.

Classic style

One of the most important things to look for when jewelry shopping is a style that never goes out of style. Fashion, like all other art forms can be highly experimental. This trial and error process has managed to distill a few aesthetic principles into pieces that are almost universally appealing. They make good base pieces to mix and match with other jewelry.


Now, I don't normally advise blind loyalty to name brands, but it's slightly different when talking about an investment. There's also a better chance you'll get something of high quality. Tiffany is far more likely to produce a piece you'll hand down to your children than your average Etsy store.


You are going to want to pick your pieces strategically. One piece that you can mix and match with is a valuable addition to any collection.
Buying a piece of investment jewelry can be a big step, but done right, it's sure to make your whole collection shine.

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