Diamond Estate Jewelry Buyers is where to sell Marcus & Co. jewelry for cash. We regularly purchase Marcus & Co. necklaces, rings, bracelets, and brooches from clients throughout the United States. Customers sell us their antique & vintage Marcus & Co. jewelry for two important reasons:
1) Our Marcus & Co. 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 Marcus & Co. 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 luxury makers like Marcus & Co., Tiffany & Co., Harry Winston, Buccellati, and David Webb. Our fine jewelry buyers leverage that experience to get you the maximum cash return for your used Marcus & Co. jewelry and watches.
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Diamond Estate Jewelry Buyers makes premium cash offers for all of your previously-owned jewelry from Marcus & Co., including items set with rubies, sapphires, diamonds, or emeralds. Our owner Carl Blackburn is an internationally-recognized diamond jewelry designer who is an expert in added brand valuation. Sell your Marcus & Co. brooches, rings, bracelets, necklaces, and pendants to the best Marcus & Co. jewelry buyer in the United States.
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Sell Marcus & Co. 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 Marcus & Co. jewelry appraisals involve no risk or obligations.
We have established buying locations throughout the United States where you can bring your pre-owned Marcus & Co. jewelry. We also can provide you with a free consultation and preliminary Marcus & Co. appraisal over the phone, then arrange for the secure shipping of your Marcus & Co. item(s) to our flagship office in La Jolla, CA.
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Local customers can schedule their free Marcus & Co. 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.
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About Marcus & Co.
Marcus and Company is primarily known for its jewelry of the early 20th century. The firm achieved great success with its meticulous attention to detail, and their uniquely American take on the flowing lines of the period are still regarded as the best examples of American Art Nouveau jewelry.
By the time German immigrant Herman Marcus founded Marcus and Co. in 1892, his name was already well known and respected by the New York jewelry community. His early years had been spent at various jewelry houses, including work as a designer for Tiffany, where he was steeped in European trends. The firm’s belief in the value of colored gemstones helped set them apart from the all-white diamond look of the time. They designed colorful pieces featuring zircons, chrysoberyls, tourmalines, opals, and garnets.
At the beginning of the 20th century Marcus & Co. produced Renaissance and Egyptian revival jewelry, but they became widely known for their fine plique-a-jour enameling—a technique their jewelers learned at the Lalique workshop in Paris. One outstanding example is the Art Nouveau-inspired morning glory brooch owned by actress Ada Rehan. Exhibiting meticulous attention to detail, fine metal work is filled with translucent enamel, and the stunning piece can be viewed from all sides, just as one would view flowers in the garden.
Combining brightly colored enamel with precious and semi-precious stones, Marcus & Co. created an unmistakable look—one that seems to be making a comeback of sorts. Art Nouveau and Art Deco necklaces and brooches created by Marcus & Co. have recently sold at auction substantially above pre-auction estimates.