Below you see some estate items from the trade. Some may be on hand, and others can be obtained by request. Anything you can think of in estate jewelry (and much that you might not), I can find. Please contact me for anything you've ever dreamed of.
in 14-karat yellow gold, a satin-finished anchor link bracelet, measuring a little over 1" wide and 7 3/4' long. $1,600
An antique 14-karat yellow gold festooned necklace, 17" long, mounted with peridots weighing about 7.00 carats total and natural pearls, from the Victorian period. $3,200
These candy cane earrings jackets are in platinum, and are good-sized at 8.5 mm. wide by a little over 1" long. They are mounted with about 0.36 carat total in diamonds and 0.50 carat total in rubies. $800
By Henry Dunay, the band measures 3/4" wide and is composed of 18-karat yellow gold and platinum, with diamonds weighing about 1.10 carat total. $9,500
This Edwardian-era ring in platinum and gold depicts three- and four-leaf clovers using emeralds and diamonds, inside a diamond border. It measures more than 1" long. $5,000
The heart of my business is selling estate jewelry - for private owners who, for various reasons, don't wish to own it any longer, and to private buyers who, likewise, prefer to own it for many reasons. Over the years, many people have been delighted by something in my shop that a private owner has consigned, but my resources don't end with what's on hand. I am known and trusted by estate jewelry dealers all over the country and can call on them to find what you want.
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