The decision to sell jewelry that has been in your family for years and years is never easy. You may want to sell estate jewelry because you have retired, moved, have better use for the money, or simply think you are never going to wear it. Whatever may be your reason, we at Andrew & Peter Fabrikant take immense pride in providing high-quality service to all kinds of sellers.
Located in the Diamond District on Fifth Avenue in New York City, Andrew & Peter Fabrikant are the people you should head to if you are looking to sell estate jewelry in New York. The entire staff of Andrew & Peter Fabrikant have received training from the Gemological Institute of America and have more than 100 years of combined experience. You can rely on our expert staff to give you an honest assessment of how much your jewelry is worth when you visit us to sell jewelry in NYC whether you are from New York and the surrounding areas or anywhere in the United States.
Estate jewelry refers to pieces that have been previously owned. This can include inherited jewelry from any time period, the most popular of which are listed below.
• Georgian (1714-1837): Hard to come by and highly sought after
• Early Victorian, romantic (1837-1855): Nature-inspired designs, gold lockets, colored gemstones
• Mid-Victorian, grand (1856-1880): Heavy, dark stones and highly creative and colorful designs using shells, mosaics and gemstones
• Late Victorian, aesthetic (1885-1900): Diamonds, bright gemstones in feminine designs like star and crescent
• Arts and Crafts (1894-1923): Return to intricate designs and handmade craftsmanship using colorful, uncut stones
• Art Nouveau (1895-1915): Natural designs like flowers and butterflies
• Edwardian (1901-1915): Expensive gems such as diamonds, emeralds and rubies in elaborate designs
• Art Deco (1915-1935): Highly sought after and characterized by geometric designs, diverse combinations of color and abstract patterns
• Retro (1945-1960): Colorful, bold and elaborate—large cocktail rings, charm bracelets