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#1

Hello to all… Reading about the appraisal programs has prompted me
to post …

I am a Graduate Gemmologist and have used the "Jewelry Judge"
appraisal software. It will calculate weights of cut stones in all
shapes and gem materials, supplies a price table for gem materials and
precious metal materials. Used by a skilled appraiser it is a
wonderful tool and a time saver. Saved time is saved money, or more
money earned. Appraisal software does not make a bad appraiser good,
or make an appraiser out of just anybody, but it is a very useful tool
to the appraiser. This particular program contains many many time
saving features. The cost is based upon a per use basis. If you do 10
appraisal you pay a fee for the use of the program for 10 appraisals.
Basically you only pay for the program when you make money from it. I
know Steven Knight who developed this software, but I am not at all
associated with the Jewelry Judge, aside from being a user.

To see a web site for this program go to…
http://www.jewelryjudge.net

or email to Steven Knight at… sknight.net


#2

Hello to all… Reading about the appraisal programs has prompted me
to post …

I am a Graduate Gemmologist and have used the "Jewelry Judge"
appraisal software. It will calculate weights of cut stones in all
shapes and gem materials, supplies a price table for gem materials and
precious metal materials. Used by a skilled appraiser it is a
wonderful tool and a time saver. Saved time is saved money, or more
money earned. Appraisal software does not make a bad appraiser good,
or make an appraiser out of just anybody, but it is a very useful tool
to the appraiser. This particular program contains many, many time
saving features. It will put photos right on the printed appraisal,
and handles plotting inclusions. The cost is based upon a per use
basis. If you do 10 appraisal you pay a fee for the use of the
program for 10 appraisals. Basically you only pay for the program when
you make money from it. I know Steven Knight who developed this
software, but I am not at all associated with the Jewelry Judge, aside
from being a user.

To see a web site for this program go to…
http://www.jewelryjudge.net

or email to Steven Knight at… sknight@jewelryjudge.net

I hope this is helpful to you…
Franklin