Diamond Estate Jewelry Buyers is where to sell Lalique jewelry for cash. We regularly purchase antique Lalique necklaces, rings, bracelets, and brooches from clients throughout the United States. Customers sell us their Lalique estate jewelry for two important reasons:
1) Our Lalique 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 antique Lalique 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 Lalique, Boucheron, Tiffany & Co., Cartier, Harry Winston, Fabergé, and Seaman Schepps.
Our fine jewelry buyers leverage that experience to get you the maximum cash return for your antique Lalique jewelry from the Art Nouveau period.
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Diamond Estate Jewelry Buyers makes premium cash offers for all of your antique jewelry from Lalique, 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 Lalique brooches, rings, bracelets, necklaces, and pendants to the best Lalique jewelry buyer in the United States.
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Sell antique Lalique 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 Lalique jewelry appraisals involve no risk or obligations.
We have established buying locations throughout the United States where you can bring your pre-owned Lalique jewelry. We also can provide you with a free consultation and preliminary Lalique appraisal over the phone, then arrange for the secure shipping of your Lalique item(s) to our flagship office in La Jolla, CA.
Find out why so many satisfied clients throughout the country rank Carl Blackburn and Diamond Estate Jewelry Buyers as the best place to sell antique Lalique jewelry for the most money.
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Local customers can schedule their free Lalique 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.
In addition to being the best place to sell antique Lalique jewelry for a generous cash amount, we are also the best way to sell JAR estate jewelry.
About René Lalique
The name Lalique is synonymous with the Art Nouveau and Art Deco movements. From his early work in jewelry to his later mastery of glassmaking, Lalique helped shape the decorative arts in the early 20th century.
Born in Ay-en-Champagne, France, in 1860, René Lalique studied jewelry making techniques in Paris at the École des Arts Decoratifs and later in England. By 1880, his work as an independent jewelry designer for prestigious houses including Cartier and Boucheron was widely recognized, and he created his own firm in Paris in 1885.
Lalique’s early jewelry work was characterized by influences of Antiquity and Japonisme—the influence of Japanese Art which organically combined nature and design in relatively simple forms, including intense colors and mixed metals. Lalique took these ideas to heart, and chose materials for their light-reflection and color, combining precious and semi-precious stones, mother of pearl, and ivory, as well as enamel and glass. His jewelry featured sinuous lines of flowers, branches, and vines, as well as delicate plique-à-jour enamelling.
By the 1920s, Lalique had devoted himself fully to fabricating glass objects, including tableware, inkwells, vases, and chandeliers, though he still continued to create pendants and brooches from glass. By contrasting clear and frosted glass and employing patina and enamels, Lalique created works in glass that helped define the Art Deco movement.
His association with the perfumer François Coty resulted in evocative perfume bottles, and eventually the high demand for bottles prompted Lalique to explore industrial production techniques. Lalique’s later works included commissions for large scale interior design projects like the Cote d’Azur Pullman Express carriages and the colossal first-class dining room for the luxury ocean liner Normandie in 1935.