Where to sell your Seaman Schepps estate jewelry? Diamond Estate Jewelry Buyers is the best place to sell your Seaman Schepps jewelry for cash. We regularly purchase Seaman Schepps earrrings, necklaces, bracelets, and rings from clients throughout the United States. Customers sell us their previously-owned Seaman Schepps estate jewelry for two important reasons:
1) Our Seaman Schepps appraisal and sales process is fast, secure, and risk free. 2) Every customer is guaranteed a generous and immediate cash offer based on the worldwide market value of their Seaman Schepps fine jewelry.
Our 2nd generation estate jewelry buyers have 50+ years of combined industry expertise in the diamond and estate jewelry trade, especially with high-brand jewelry from designers such as Seaman Schepps, David Webb, Jean Schlumberger, Van Cleef & Arpels, and Cartier. Our estate jewelry buyers leverage that experience to get you the maximum cash return for your Seaman Schepps vintage jewelry.
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Diamond Estate Jewelry Buyers makes premium cash offers for all of your previously-owned jewelry from Seaman Schepps, including items set with sapphires, diamonds, emeralds, or rubies. Our owner Carl Blackburn is an internationally-recognized fine jewelry designer who is an expert in added brand valuation. Sell your Seaman Schepps necklaces, bracelets, rings, and earrings to the best Seaman Schepps estate jewelry buyer in the United States.
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Sell Seaman Schepps jewelry directly to Diamond Estate Jewelry Buyers and get paid in cash today. Contact us now to schedule a confidential appraisal of your items. Our free Seaman Schepps jewelry appraisals involve no risk or obligations.
Local customers can schedule their free Seaman Schepps jewelry consultation at our buying office in beautiful La Jolla Cove. We are located at 864 Prospect St. Suite A, and offer free parking with a confirmed appointment.
If you are an out-of-state customer, we have established buying locations throughout the United States where you can bring your vintage Seaman Schepps jewelry. We also can provide you with a free consultation and preliminary appraisal over the phone, then arrange for the secure shipping of your Seaman Schepps item(s) to our flagship office in La Jolla, CA.
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About Seaman Schepps
Seaman Schepps was an American jeweler of the twentieth century known mostly for his Retro style pieces and 1950’s style. His work included eclectic color combinations and exotic materials in styles that captured the imagination of everyone from the Duchess of Windsor to Andy Warhol.
Born to immigrants in New York’s Lower East Side in 1881, Schepps spent his youth in New York, and later traveled widely, inspired by French fashion and exotic materials from the Far East. After losing his business after the crash in 1929, Schepps rebuilt his firm based on bold designs and a daring mix of materials.
While his ideas were not necessarily new—similar jewelry had been produced since the 1920’s—Schepps pieces were noteworthy for mixing diamonds with man-made materials, and he favored large, chunky pieces with colored stones and irregular cuts. Hard stones like jade, turquoise, and lapis were paired with softly colored gemstones like sapphires, emeralds, yellow topaz, and pale pink quartz. Schepps also produced sculptured brooches depicting animals and sea life, as well as large scale curb-link bracelets made of hand-carved ebony, coral, and turquoise.
His larger than life, multicolored retro bangles enjoyed huge success and much acclaim in the press. He did custom work for elite clientele, often re-working old jewelry into bold, one-of-a-kind statements. Clients included members of the most powerful and influential families, including the Du Pont, Mellon, and Rockefeller families. As a result, Schepps was sometimes referred to as “America’s Court Jeweler.”
Since his death in 1972, appreciation for his work has grown. His daughter Patricia ran the firm until she sold it in 1992. Jewelry in the Schepps style is still produced today at the firm’s 58th street shop in New York.