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It’s environmentally friendly: There are plenty of diamonds and gemstones out there for everyone. Upwards of 90% of our inventory is Estate, meaning that it was previously owned. Therefore, doing our part to minimize the need for harmful mining practices and saving the planet. Jewelry is a product that’s never going to expire. In fact, jewelry can be traced back as far as cave drawings. So, why buy something new when you can have a piece that is the same if not better quality and craftsmanship?
Craftsmanship and detail: Estate jewelry is often handmade, with great attention to detail. The level of intricate design is something not replicated by mass-produced, corporate, machine-made, jewelry. Jewelers of the past were true artists and you will often see more detail in the side of an antique piece than the front of a modern made piece.
You’re helping out a small business: Estate jewelers are almost always family owned and operated businesses (like ours) that provide you with a one-on-one interaction. We will help you pick out something special. Similarly, selling to local family-owned businesses keeps the money in the community.
It’s unique: Similar to the small business point, corporations mass produce their pieces. Estate pieces are usually one of a kind, so you can make a purchase knowing you’re one of the very few (if not the only) person in the world who is wearing that piece. We have a large selection of pieces from almost every era (Victorian to Modern), so whatever you’re looking for that best exemplifies your personality and style, we can help.
It will save you money, and hold its value: There are numerous benefits to buying estate jewelry rather than something brand new. The first and probably most enticing; you’re going to save money. Estate jewelry is often a better value than the comparable brand-new alternative. Estate pieces are constantly becoming rarer.