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Rose Colored Pearl Earrings

Rose Colored Pearl EarringsRose colored pearl earrings can look really nice with the right clothes and skin tone.

When buying rose colored pearl earrings here are some points to look for especially when buying online. You can pay a lot of money for some rose colored pearl earrings so need to be assured that they are going to be genuine and suitable.

Pick a jeweler or seller who is established and reputable. Ensure they have a fixed address and contactable phone and fax numbers. If there is only a generic email address, such as yahoo or hot mail for example, and no fixed address better to move on to another.

Does the dealer have a returns policy? What would happen if you picked out some rose colored pearl earrings and found when you received them that they were not what you expected? Sometimes what you see on the net is not quite the same when you get it home in natural light. You want to deal with someone who is prepared to accept a return of goods for a full refund if this is the case.

Next, always pay by credit card. Then if the earrings do not show up or are not as advertised you can request a return of your funds from the credit card company, who will institute a charge back from the dealer.

This is something you do not do by habit of course. You don’t want to get a bad name with the credit card company for being a habitual buyer of products which you later claim were not delivered.

Browse around. There are hundreds of jewelers online all eager for your business and happy to assist you with answers to questions.

If the rose colored pearl earrings you want are very expensive then ask for a certificate of appraisal from an independent lab. Better yet, when you receive them get them appraised yourself and see what they are really worth. If the value is within 60 to 75 percent of the price you paid for them then that is fine (You have to take into account the fact that the jeweler has to make a profit). If the value turns out to be 50 percent or less I would tend to want to return them. The value is too low and you paid too much.

All it takes is a little common sense and some due diligence and you can easily get a wonderful pair of rose colored pearl earrings for a good price.

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