When the buying public is being mislead, it’s time for someone to say something!
There are people taking advantage of your not being able to evaluate items such as diamonds, pearls, colored gemstones, and most fine jewelry. They are claming highly inflated “retail” prices and advertising so-called “discount” prices, leading you to believe you’re getting a “bargain.”
Remember that if the price is too good to be true, it probably means that the jewelry is of a lower quality than you are expecting.
How can you be sure you’re getting what you are paying for? Go to someone who has the knowledge, the integrity, the quality, and the service-at the right prices all the time.
We don’t advertise “discounts.” Our prices are always fair.
Carats & Karats Fine Jewelry
Brenda K. Reichel, Graduate Gemologist, (GIA)
Appraisers International Society, Certified Valuer
Appraisers International Society, AVS Advanced Valuation Specialist
Appraisers International Society, Gems & Jewelry Valuer
Accredited, International Society of Appraisers, ISA, 1992 – 2002
Accredited Gemologists Association, AGA, 1994 – current
Accredited Senior Gemologist, ASG, 1994 – current
Certified Insurance Appraiser, CIA, 2007
American Gem Society, Registered Jeweler, 1989-1993
American Gem Society. Certified Gemologist, 1990 – 1993
American Gem Society, Certified Gemologist Appraiser, 1990 – 1993
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