Antique Jewelry


 We buy ALL kinds of Antique Jewelry!

You’ll be surprised by how much your jewelry is worth. From necklaces and earrings to watches and cufflinks, bring in your Jewelry box and we’ll sort it for you. We’ll then give you a FREE in-person evaluation of your items, give you the highest possible offer and pay you in cash, on the spot.

Antique Jewelry isn’t just lovely, yet in addition enables the wearer to value the styles, craftsmanship, and history of a past time.

Antique Jewelry We Buy:

  • Rings

  • Necklaces

  • Brooches

  • Miniatures

  • Pendants

  • Bracelets

  • Earrings

  • Cufflinks

  • Watches

  • And More!

Any piece of jewelry that is 100 years old and above, are considered antique. As a result, pieces from different eras have their own distinctions.

However, beware of “antique style” jewelry. When there’s no mention of the item’s age, this could mean the item is a reproduction.

Antique Jewelry Time Frames:

  • Late Georgian (1760-1837)

This jewelry is extremely rare, and it’s always handmade. It commonly incorporates nature plans and valuable stones. Since quite a bit of these pieces came to North American provinces with pilgrims or brokers, they stayed in similar families for a considerable length of time a while later.

  • Victorian (1837-1901)

Incorporates nature outlines notwithstanding a lot of gold carving, precious stones, and hued gemstones. Typical things incorporate mementos and ornaments.

It’s normal to discover adornments from this period that incorporates dull, chunky stones and less vivid plans as an impression of current political occasions and the solemn sensibilities the age. Average pearls incorporate stream, amethyst, garnet, and onyx.

This period saw the reintroduction of all-inclusive affected shading and smoothness of outline. Luxurious cap sticks and star and bow pendants are common.

  • Art Nouveau (1890-1915)

The Art Nouveau thoughts influenced all types of workmanship amid its prime and, regarding adornments, thus, prompted a resurgence of naturalistic outlines that specifically appeared differently in relation to the lavish styles supported by the Edwardian specialists. So Art Deco styles show a portion of the main across the board occurrences of European and American adornments that consolidated the theoretical with the authentic.

  • Edwardian (1901-1915)

This jewelry period saw a return to the classical ideas due to the reintroduction of expensive diamonds, rubies, and emeralds arranged in complex, almost over-the-top designs.

  • Art Deco (1920-1935)

Geometric shapes and outlines from cubist workmanship are regularly found in adornments from this period. Subsequently, Native American, African, Oriental, and Islamic themes are additionally highlighted noticeably.

  • Retro (1935-1950)

First of all, cases of this gems are generally striking impressions of Hollywood motion pictures. As a result, enormous armlets, bangles, mixed drink rings, watches, and enchant wristbands are generally regular cases of retro style.

Note: Late Georgian era is very hard to find.

Mid-Century
1940’s-1960’s

Innovation was the primary impact of the Mid-Century time frame. After the war Retro adornments and Victorian plans kept on affecting gems patterns, amid the 1950’s gems outlines started to move profoundly. The 1950’s and 1960’s was an extremely inventive time for adornments plan, specialists, for example, Picasso, Braque, and Dali outlined valuable gems. American fashioners kept on picking up acknowledgment in the extravagance markets.
Nonetheless, the snazzy and well-off American ladies of the day set out to Paris to look for the most recent in design and adornments. The French were viewed as the pioneers of the design business and directed patterns. American goldsmiths opened showrooms in Paris to keep their making a trip client steadfast and to remain side by side of the most recent patterns.
After the war European gem dealers again turned into the pioneers in quality and development. Cartier, Van Cleef and Arpels, Mauboussin, and Boucheron were among the most first class and biggest firms in the adornments world. Littler French firms, for example, Marchak, Sterlé, and Mellerio delivered astounding plans rising to those of the bigger houses.

Following the war years and the Retro time frame, adornments outlines of the 1950’s experienced radical changes as clients looking for new, new styles to separate themselves from the pained past. Materials and specialists were again accessible and the success of America in the post-war years expanded the interest for new molds and adornments. All through the 1950’s dynamic plans were normal. Starbursts and “nuclear” plans, for example, the Cartier “Sputnik” mirrored the country’s interest with the new wildernesses in space investigation. Finished gold was relatively compulsory, Florentine completions, contorted rope, interlaced wire, work, reeding, fluting, and penetrating were altogether utilized in adornments outline. Gold adornments without gemstones were essentially daytime gems, while precious stone and other gemstone pieces were held for a night. Mainstream stones included amethyst, turquoise, coral, and progressively refined pearls for daytime wear.

Craftsmen utilized natural shapes with rugged edges and itemized surfaces. Creature adornments, going from pumas to serpents and fish, was intricately itemized, angle increased jeweled scales, flying creatures brilliantly gemmed quills and jeweled eyes. Cartier and later David Webb exceeded expectations for making novel, wonderfully jeweled creature shapes. The shading was critical and stones started to be utilized for their tints as opposed to esteem.
Schlumberger while working for Tiffany and Co. was known to consolidate valuable stones with more affordable pieces and polish to make his outwardly fascinating pieces. Different kinds of chains were prominent, particularly the fox-tail which could be hung into swags or tufts, or used to propose blossoms or quills. Catch hoops were a typical regular adornment, arriving in a scope of styles and hues to coordinate an assortment of outfits.

Amid the 1960’s adornments turned out to be considerably greater and more vivid. What 10 years sooner would have been viewed as indecent, was currently the pinnacle of mold. Geometric shapes were reinterpreted. Long gold chains, once in a while sprinkled with stones, were likewise mainstream. Yellow gold, platinum, and silver were utilized together with normal gemstone precious stones. Cabochon gemstones of all sizes were consolidated with round splendid cut jewels and different pearls in yellow gold. Gems houses, for example, Cartier took their motivation from Asia, making paisley plans and reintroducing wristbands of confronting creature heads like those of the 1920’s.

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