Rubies. Diamonds. Sapphires. Emeralds. Though these are the stones categorized to be “precious”, any piece of jewelry can be considered precious by the owner.
Some of the most interesting works of jewelry can be found at our estate sales.
Our estate sales offer selections of jewelry that range from modest to magnificent, fashion jewelry to fine jewelry, custom made to luxury brand name, and one-of-a-kind pieces.
Commonly found at our estate sales are diamond stud earrings, diamond tennis bracelets, diamond rings, as well as Emerald, Ruby, Tanzanite, and Sapphire jewelry. Brand names we often see are Tiffany & Company, Chopard, David Yurman, Cartier, and their peers.
Along with precious stones, we also facilitate the sale of semi-precious gems. These stones include peridot, garnet, amethyst, citrine, topaz of white, blue, and pink shades, opals, zircons, pearls, and more.
Stunning pieces of jewelry borne of platinum, yellow, white, and rose gold set with, and without, gemstones can be discovered among the treasures in our estate sales.
We have expertise in finding buyers for cocktail or dinner rings, drop earrings, bracelets, tie bars, cuff links, necklaces, and other modern, classic, and vintage mementos. Many buyers prefer pieces crafted in the past, as opposed to the craftsmanship of today. Over the years, we have witnessed the growing market for vintage jewelry and gold-smithing of the past.
If you are a seller of Art Deco era jewelry, we have collectors and investors waiting for opportunities to buy. Diamond cuff bracelets are always in high demand, especially if they are studded with rubies, sapphires, or emeralds.
Chunky gold link bracelets and necklaces of the 1960’ and 1970’s are back in fashion and designer fashion jewelry like Chanel, Dior, Escada, and Versace in particular, are always highly regarded and desired.
High profile brands such as Tiffany & Company, Bvlgari, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chopard, and alike, are in demand because they are synonymous with luxury and quality, and are commonly worn by the rich and famous.
The value of luxury jewelry can sometimes depend on the current market. It is true that classic timeless designs will usually sell more quickly however, through our firm, there is a market for very unusual pieces, and for large statement pieces.
The condition of jewelry can be a factor in it’s value. Signs of wear can lower the value, but this is seldom the case with our clients. Often we find that the most precious pieces are seldom worn; likely because they were only worn for special occasions.
If you are interested in liquidating fine jewelry or designer jewelry, it’s important to work with a neutral party, like us, with no conflict of interest, to insure the highest return possible.
Call us for a free consultation via phone, or in person, whatever’s most convenient for you.