Get Experts in Buying and Selling Jewellery When You Sell Edwardian Jewellery

We recognise that beyond its monetary worth, estate jewellery embodies memories of treasured moments and beloved individuals. Our commitment is to ensure that the process of selling your jewellery is conducted with meticulous attention to detail. This includes taking the time to listen to the unique story behind each piece and providing insights into the rich history of the Edwardian era.

Your Edwardian treasures hold the potential to help fuel your dreams and aspirations for the future. Whether you envision funding a luxurious getaway, embarking on a renovation project, or celebrating a milestone occasion like a wedding, your jewellery can help pave the way to those dreams. All it takes is reaching out to us and scheduling a free, no-obligation valuation. From there, our specialist will guide you through every step of the journey with personalised care and expertise.

Our Expertise in Helping You to Sell Edwardian Jewellery

We take pride in our extensive expertise in jewellery from diverse historical periods. Our chief specialist, Daniel Ives, possesses a deep understanding of the intricate designs and craftsmanship characteristic of Edwardian jewellery, allowing him to accurately assess and value your pieces. He’ll also keep you fully informed throughout the process, allowing you to make the best decisions for you when considering your options.

Daniel is also well-versed in the rich history of renowned jewellery brands like Cartier and Boucheron, which flourished during the Edwardian era. This knowledge enables us to provide valuable insights into the provenance and significance of your jewellery, enhancing the overall selling experience for our clients.

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    Our Process When Selling Jewellery

    We’re committed to ensuring a seamless and rewarding experience when selling your Edwardian jewellery. Here is how our efficient service works in three simple steps:

    Scheduling a Valuation

    Reach out to us online or by phone to discuss your Edwardian jewellery. We’ll then schedule an in-person valuation at your convenience, conducted in the comfort of your own home.

    Professional Valuation

    Our expert will travel to your location anywhere in the UK to conduct a full valuation. Considering various factors unique to Edwardian jewellery, our specialist will determine its true value and present you with a fair offer based on market standards.

    Accepting the Offer

    Upon agreeing to our offer, which accurately reflects the market value of your piece, we’ll promptly transfer payment to your designated bank account. Whether through a secure BACS transfer or another preferred method, we ensure a swift and hassle-free transaction process.

    Professionally Valuing Edwardian Jewellery

    There is a long list of factors involved in determining the value of Edwardian jewellery, that may be looked at during a professional valuation:

    • Materials: The type and quality of materials used, such as platinum, diamonds, pearls, and gemstones, significantly impact the value of Edwardian jewellery.
    • Craftsmanship: The intricacy and skill of the craftsmanship, including techniques like filigree work, delicate engraving, and intricate stone settings, contribute to the value of Edwardian pieces.
    • Design and Style: The design aesthetics and style characteristics typical of the Edwardian era, such as lace-like motifs, garlands, ribbons, and bows, influence the desirability and value of the jewellery.
    • Condition: The overall condition of the piece, including any signs of wear, damage, or restoration, can affect its value. Well-maintained and preserved Edwardian jewellery typically commands higher prices.
    • Historical and Cultural Significance: Jewellery with ties to important historical events, cultural movements, or prominent figures from the Edwardian era may hold enhanced value due to its historical and cultural significance.
    • Provenance: The history and provenance of the jewellery, including any notable previous owners or documented lineage, may add value, especially if the piece has historical significance or a fascinating backstory.
    • Rarity and Uniqueness: The rarity and uniqueness of the piece, including limited production runs, one-of-a-kind designs, or rare gemstone combinations, can significantly impact its value.
    • Market Demand: The current market demand and trends for Edwardian jewellery influence its value, with pieces in high demand commanding higher prices in the market.

    Our Google Reviews and Testimonials

    John Powell
    John Powell
    08:10 15 May 24
    Transaction was completed in a thoroughly professional manner. Could not have been easier. Trepidation replaced by complete satisfaction.
    nick sedgwick
    nick sedgwick
    17:14 13 May 24
    Great quick service. Dealt with Daniel really pleased with price and speedy payment.
    Flora Baker
    Flora Baker
    10:59 09 May 24
    What a fantastic company! Like other reviewers, I was a little nervous about a home visit, but Daniel was such a joy to chat to: on email he replied quickly to arrange a visit, and in person he was friendly, polite, knowledgeable and clearly passionate about the job. We looked through my various items (including furniture, flatware and jewellery) and he was really forthcoming about why particular items weren't of interest while others were, suggesting also that I kept hold of some items if their personal significance was higher than their value. We itemised everything and the payment transfer went through before he left! All in all such a stellar service – I'd absolutely recommend anyone to contact Daniel with their valuables.
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