Why you should get your jewellery appraised by us?
We have over 12 years of experience in the Gems and Jewellery industry in many different countries such as Canada, USA, and India. Our chief appraiser Mihir Hariyani, has a Graduate Gemologist degree from the GIA (Gemological Institute of America), Master Valuer designation, that is recognized by the Canadian Gemological Association, as fulfilling their appraisal educational requirements and A Master Of Business Administration from University Canada West.
We are committed to the highest codes of ethics and social responsibility, and therefore agree to:
- Maintain the highest level of personal integrity, honesty and business ethics.
- Comply with all laws and government regulations as they apply to the Canadian jewellery and watch industry.
- Provide quality products and services.
- Follow business practices that do not mislead or deceive clients.
- Provide knowledgeable and competent expertise, and undertake to maintain current professional education and training.
- Accurately describe the true quality, nature and authenticity of products offered for sale.
- Care for the property of consumers with prudence and
- Establish and fulfill a reasonable guarantee and/or service policy regarding products and services, and clearly communicate this to clients.
- Hold in strict confidence all information regarding customers.
- Refrain from all forms of copyright and trademark infringement.
- Support international best business practices with respect to the environment.
- Support the fair treatment, well-being and dignity of individuals in all levels of the jewellery industry, both domestically and internationally.
Great Customer service is at the core of everything we do. We believe more in helping then selling. At Enchanted Jewels we aim to offer the best quality services and most competitive appraisal price.
Recent Blog Updates
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