Features

Easy to use

Drop down customizable menus eliminate time consuming typing of appraisal data. Easy to understand screens with buttons clearly guide you through the steps of creating an appraisal for your client.

Save time

Customizable templates help you standardize your appraisals and save time, no more cutting and pasting! Auto-calculate gem weights, onscreen plotting, digital imaging and more. Just point, click and choose, then generate your appraisal.

Leading edge technology

You get a rock solid SQL server database that is internet ready. MS Word is the integrated publishing medium so you have all the power of Word to edit your appraisal with ease – margins, fonts, styles, pagination, images, plots. You name it – you control it. You can even generate a .pdf file for emailing the appraisal to your client.

About QLSS

The seeds for Quantum Leap were originally sown in 1978. Thom Underwood, at the time, was a partner in a jewelry manufacturing/showroom business and had just founded a jewelry appraisal company (San Diego Gemological Laboratory) in San Diego, California. Seeking to streamline the time consuming appraisal process, Thom looked towards computerization.

Quantum Leap for DOS was first released to the market at the Tucson Gem and Mineral Show in 1987. In less than two years, Quantum Leap had over 50 users and continued to grow with new features and more users. In 1993, with yet another breakthrough for jewelry appraisers, Quantum Leap released its first Windows version. The user base has continued to grow over the decades.

In 2011 Michael Inkpen, FGA became our UK distributor providing marketing and full time support for Quantum Leap users on the other side of the ‘pond’.

Indeed, in this new millennium Quantum Leap now runs on  Microsoft Windows OS versions 8 and above and continues to implement the latest and best technology continuing to streamline the production of jewelry appraisals for the discriminating jeweler and independent appraiser.

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Professional Links

Accredited Gemologists Association
AGA is a professional peer society believing in excellence and dedicated to establishing the highest ethical and professional standards of practice

American Society of Appraisers
ASA is a multi-discipline non-profit international organization of professional appraisers (valuers)

San Diego Chapter of ASA
The San Diego Chapter of the American Society of Appraisers

Appraisal Foundation
A not-for-profit organization dedicated to the advancement of professional valuation

Gemmological Association of Great Britain
Gem-A is the world’s longest established provider of gem and jewellery education

Gemological Institute of America
GIA’s mission is to ensure the public trust in gems and jewelry by upholding the highest standards of integrity, academics, science, and professionalism through education, research, laboratory services, and instrument development

National Association of Jewelry Appraisers
NAJA’s primary purpose is to recognize, and make available, the services of highly qualified, informed, experienced, independent, and professional appraisers of gems and jewelry to those members of the public requiring such expertise

Association of Independent Jewellery Valuers
The AIJV is a worldwide association of truly independent Jewellery Valuers and Appraisers

Retail Jewelers Organization
RJO is a small group of independent jewelers joined together to command better vendor prices by buying collectively.