Diamond Banc of Kansas City is the best place to sell your antique jewelry in the Kansas City area. If you have inherited estate jewelry from one of your family members, you can rest assured knowing our experts will take every value-adding factor into consideration when purchasing your antique pieces. We not only take the metal value into consideration, we also look at the era in which the jewelry was created. Jewelry fashion trends tend to be cyclical and older jewelry pieces are often sought after for their character, craftsmanship and unique design features.
If your monthly budget comes up short, one solution you might not have considered is taking out an asset-based loan on your fine jewelry. Do you own luxury watches or expensive jewelry you don’t wear often? Why not make your pieces work for you through a loan with Perry’s Fine, Antique & Estate Jewelry in Charlotte, North Carolina? Perry’s has partnered with national fine jewelry lender Diamond Banc to give customers additional liquidity options.
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Knowing your jewelry and its history helps determine its value. With periods like the Edwardian era, Art Deco and Mid-Century design, it’s easy to misdate your vintage beauties.
The worth of an estate piece depends on what style is popular at whatever time the owner decides to sell. For instance, the Art Deco period has become fashionable again, so jewelry from that period is worth more because there are more potential buyers. Some classic styles are more resistant to the ebbs and flows of fashion, like pendent necklaces or single-stone engagement ring settings. A vintage piece that is out of fashion will rarely be worth more than the gems and metals it’s made from. Continue reading “Determining Vintage Jewelry’s Value”
The Diamond Banc gave a loan for $1,000 on this Cartier Necklace.
This 18K yellow gold necklace is set with 2 brilliant-cut diamonds totaling 0.03 carat. It’s a hard piece not to ‘love’!