“Bares for Rares” expert Wendela Horz would love to deliver only good news, of course. But unfortunately life is not a request concert.
Helga and Werner Lauf from Traunstein went to “Bares for Rares” to turn an heirloom into cash. Of course, they weren’t the only ones, but while the cash register rings properly for some, both of them had to be content with a comparatively low price. What happened?
Expert Wendela Horz took a closer look at the white gold chain and found that it had a setting in which a real diamond should actually be set as a pendant. Unfortunately, there was only an imitation in the holder, which of course significantly reduced the value of the piece of jewelry. “That makes me sad,” said moderator Horst Lichter aptly summarized the matter.
However, the Lauf couple did not have to leave. Since the chain itself was nicely made, Wendela Horz thought that despite the missing diamond, at least 500 euros was realistic.
Conciliatory conclusion: at least the expertise is achieved
In the dealer room, Elke Velten-Tönnies then ensured a halfway conciliatory end. She put the 500 euros requested by Wendela Horz for the chain on the table, which of course was not a negligible amount in itself. With diamonds, however, a lot more would have been possible.
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“Bares für Rares” runs on ZDF at 3:05 pm on weekdays. The ZDF Neo offshoot broadcasts repetitions at 8:50 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. The concept of the show has not changed to this day: people like Helga and Werner Lauf have their goods assessed by experts and then haggle over the sales price in the dealership.
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