Confidently Sell Victorian Jewellery When Selling Jewellery to Burlingtons Ltd.

Victorian jewellery is often highly sought after, but we understand that it may be worth as much to you emotionally as it is financially. That’s why we’re here to ensure the process of selling your jewellery is meticulous and handled with the care and attention it deserves. This includes listening to its story and our specialist explaining to you about the era it was made in.

Your pieces from the past could soon be going towards the things you most want for the future, whether you’ve been looking to fund a luxury holiday, a new extension, or even a wedding. All you have to do is get in touch with us and book a free, no-obligation valuation. Our specialist will work with you through every step from there.

Our Expertise When Selling Victorian Jewellery

With years of experience in the industry, our specialist has honed his skills in valuing and selling jewellery from various eras, including the intricate and ornate designs of the Victorian era. He understands the nuances of Victorian jewellery, from its intricate filigree work to its use of precious gemstones, and he can accurately align and assess its true value in today’s market.

Furthermore, he boasts an extensive knowledge of famous jewellery brands, including the illustrious Cartier. Founded in 1847, this is one of the most prestigious names in the jewellery industry and one of the most popular surviving companies from the Victorian era.

Whether it’s understanding the evolution of Cartier’s iconic designs or recognising the hallmarks of authenticity, our expert is well-versed in the history and craftsmanship of all jewellery. He will be able to talk you through the features of your Victorian pieces, keeping you informed through every step of the process.

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    The benefits of using Burlingtons

    A professional service in the
    comfort of your home

    No fees, commissions
    or hidden charges

    Valuations based on over 20 years experience

    Free no obligation valuations

    Immediate
    payment

    We can offer prices
    unachievable at auction

    Our Fast and Reputable Process

    We strive to make the process of selling jewellery seamless, effortless, and rewarding for you. When you come to us, your valuation will be completed in three simple steps:

    Booking a Valuation

    You reach out to us online or over the phone and speak to a team member about your Victorian jewellery. We’ll then arrange an in-person valuation at your convenience, conducted in your own home.

    The Valuation Itself

    Our expert will arrive, wherever you are in the UK, to conduct a thorough, professional valuation. Taking into account the factors mentioned above, he will determine the true value of your piece and make an offer based on this.

    Accepting Our Offer

    Should you decide to accept our offer, which will be fair and match the market value of your piece, we will immediately transfer payment into your bank account. This can happen via BACS or another method of your choosing.

    Determining the Value of Victorian Jewellery

    Many factors help to determine the value of Victorian jewellery:

    • Craftsmanship: The intricacy and quality of craftsmanship significantly influence the value of Victorian jewellery. Fine details, intricate designs, and skilled techniques enhance the aesthetic appeal and rarity of the piece.
    • Materials: The choice of materials, including precious metals like gold, silver, and platinum, as well as gemstones such as diamonds, pearls, and coloured gems, plays a crucial role in determining the value of Victorian jewellery. High-quality materials contribute to the durability and desirability of the piece.
    • Design: The design aesthetic of Victorian jewellery, characterised by elaborate motifs, intricate filigree work, and romantic themes, influences its value. Unique and innovative designs, as well as pieces featuring popular Victorian styles such as Etruscan Revival or Mourning Jewelry, command higher prices.
    • Historical Significance: Victorian jewellery often reflects the cultural, social, and historical influences of the Victorian era, adding to its value. Pieces associated with significant historical events, royal or aristocratic provenance, or renowned jewellery designers are highly sought after by collectors and enthusiasts.
    • Provenance: Related to historical significance, provenance or documented history of ownership of Victorian jewellery can impact its value. Pieces with a clear and illustrious provenance, such as belonging to famous historical figures or prominent families, may be highly prized by collectors and fetch premium prices at auction.
    • Condition: The condition of Victorian jewellery, including any signs of wear, damage, or restoration, affects its value. Well-preserved pieces in excellent condition command higher prices, while those with significant flaws or alterations may be valued lower.
    • Market Demand: The current demand and trends in the antique and vintage jewellery market also influence the value of Victorian jewellery. Popular styles, periods, and designers may experience fluctuations in demand, affecting their market value.

    Online 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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