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3 Jan 2018 04:19pm

How to spot fake jewellery

SPONSORED FEATURE: If you're investing in jewellery, then you should be aware of the risks from counterfeiting

Caption: Counterfeit jewels can be very convincing, so beware when investing

The counterfeit jewellery industry has found clever ways of mimicking the appearance of precious stones, metals and high-end jewellery brands. As more diverse jewels become popular, the opportunity for fakes to pass unnoticed has also grown. The Hiscox team share advice from jewellery valuer, lecturer and historian, John C Benjamin, on how to make sure you’re buying the genuine article.

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