Where to Sell Estate & Antique Jewelry

Please see below a small sample of the diamond estate jewelry and antique jewelry that our clients have sold us in recent months.

Our estate jewelry buyers purchase signed pieces, important estate jewelry, large diamond rings & antique jewelry set with precious gemstones.

The Best Place to Sell Estate Jewelry

Where can you sell your estate jewelry for the highest cash amount? Diamond Estate Jewelry Buyers (DEJB) is widely recognized as one of the highest paying estate jewelry buyers in the United States.

Our jewelry buyers are led by owner Carl Blackburn, an internationally-acclaimed diamond jewelry designer and estate jeweler. Clients choose us for two important reasons. 1) Our estate jewelry appraisal and sales process is fast, secure, and risk free. 2) Every client receives a generous and immediate cash offer based on the worldwide market value of their estate jewelry.

“I was getting frustrated with the process of trying to sell my jewelry around where I lived. I decided to look online for some tips and came across Diamond Estate Jewelry Buyers. I was skeptical at first, but the prompt and professional reply from Paula reassured me. I found her to be very knowledgeable, personable, and most importantly, honest.

She offered me the best price on my jewelry out of the six places I visited. She explained to me the entire process behind selling jewelry which was very helpful to me. The entire transaction was so easy and fast and I’m all the way on the other side of the country! I will definitely go here first when I need to sell estate jewelry.”

Caitlin P.via Google Reviews

Whether you are selling a vintage Tiffany engagement ring, an Art Deco diamond bracelet, or contemporary designer jewelry, you can count on Diamond Estate Jewelry Buyers to leverage our 30+ years of expertise in your favor. We will make sure that you understand exactly how we arrive at our cash offer, enabling you to make the absolutely best, most informed decision—regardless of whether you sell your estate jewelry to us.


What Estate Jewelry Do We Buy?

Our estate buyers purchase most types of contemporary, vintage, and antique jewelry. However, we specialize in extraordinary estate jewelry with appraisal values into the five figures and beyond. For example, we buy Cartier diamond and ruby necklaces, Harry Winston engagement rings, and precious gemstone creations from Van Cleef & Arpels.

We often can get you more money than you would have received by auctioning your estate jewelry online, and within 24 hours of accepting our cash offer.

“I can’t express how much Diamond Estate Jewelry Buyers employees will go to bat for you. Over a period of 2 weeks working with them on a piece of jewelry and a watch, I truly felt they understood the way my wife and I felt about those two pieces. I especially want to thank Paula and Jacqueline for going above and beyond to get us the cash to make my wife’s dreams come true. Thanks again to Paula and Jacqueline for a job well done.”

Darrell Anthonyvia Google Reviews

Contact Our Jewelry Buyers to Learn Why We Are:

● Where to Sell Antique Jewelry For the Most Money

● The Best Place to Sell Art Deco Jewelry Online

● Where to Sell Designer Earrings For the Most Money

● The Best Place to Edwardian Jewelry Online

● Where to Sell Large Diamond Engagement Rings


Estate Jewelry Buyers – What Are My Alternatives?

There are a variety of options available for selling valuable estate jewelry and antique jewelry, including eBay, estate jewelry auctions, pawn shops, and your local estate jeweler. However, Diamond Estate Jewelry Buyers has a track record of consistently paying the absolute best cash prices for diamond estate jewelry and coveted antique jewelry, while treating our clients with exceptional courtesy, understanding, and security.

“I had an amazing experience working with Diamond Estate. I was very hesitant to send my estate jewelry to someone I don’t know but after talking to Paula and reading other reviews I knew it would be fine. She assured me that she would take out enough insurance to FEDEX my pieces.

As soon as my estate jewelry arrived, she was working very hard to get me the best prices available. She worked at getting me the most for my pieces and walked me through the process step by step. Paula was able to go above and beyond, and we were both happy with the results. I would highly recommend their services, and if you get a chance to work with Paula you should. I know I will work with her in the future!”

Samantha M.via Yelp Reviews

How Much Do We Pay for Estate & Antique Jewelry?

● Sell an Art Deco Diamond Bracelet for Upwards to $20,000.

● Sell Victorian Ruby Necklaces for Upwards to $5,000.

● Sell Edwardian Diamond Engagement Rings for Upwards to $100,000.

● Sell Georgian Gemstone Brooches for Upwards to $10,000.

● Sell Egyptian Revival Tiffany Jewelry for Upwards to $5,000.

Let us help you get more of the cash you deserve for your valuable estate and antique jewelry.

Call Us Toll Free: (800) 956-8505

How to Sell Estate Jewelry Online

At Diamond Estate Jewelry Buyers, we buy previously-owned diamond and gemstone jewelry in two ways. Our jewelry buyers serve clients in person throughout Southern California from our headquarters in La Jolla and our satellite office in Los Angeles. Every week, we also buy important estate jewelry from clients nationwide via our secure Sell from Home service.

Here is a quick review of our simple and secure process that can get you more money for your estate jewelry and antique jewelry, no matter where you live in the United States.

  Step 1 – Tell Us About Your Estate Jewelry

Click on Cash Offer button below, and tell us about your valuable estate jewelry, antique jewelry, or diamond ring.

●  Step 2 – Receive a Free Estate Jewelry Consultation

One of our jewelry buyers will contact you within 24 hours (weekdays) to provide you with a free consultation and preliminary cash offer for your estate jewelry.

●  Step 3 – Ship Your Estate Jewelry Securely at No Cost

We will arrange and pay for you to ship your estate jewelry securely via insured* FedEx Overnight. Every package is fully insured up to the maximum value of your estate jewelry.

●  Step 4 – Review & Accept Our Cash Offer

After receiving your estate jewelry, Diamond Estate Jewelry Buyers will conduct a complete market appraisal of your diamond and contact you within 24 hours with a final cash offer.

●  Step 5 – Get Paid for Your Estate Jewelry

If you accept our final cash offer for your estate jewelry, we will issue your payment via bank wire transfer, cashier’s check, or Western Union within 24 hours. Should you decide not to sell your estate jewelry to us, we will ship the item back to you at our expense. At Diamond Estate Jewelry Buyers, your complete satisfaction is our priority.

Learn About Estate Jewelry Auctions

Many people believe that auctioning fine jewelry and collectable timepieces is the best way to obtain a best cash offer for their items. In addition to famous auction houses like Christie’s and Sotheby’s, there are websites like eBay and new online auctions that promise to get you more money for your estate jewelry.

However, if you have never tried to auction valuable estate jewelry, there are some important things to keep in mind when making a smart selling decision. So, in the following article, we cover some of the key issues now and explain why thousands of clients have chosen Diamond Estate Jewelry Buyers as the best place to sell estate jewelry, antique jewelry, and large diamond rings: Where Can I Auction My Jewelry?

Learn How to Identify Vintage & Antique Jewelry

When referring to jewelry, the terms “estate,” “vintage,” and “antique” all have related meanings. The differences can greatly affect the value of the piece, so it is important to understand the terminology. Generally speaking, there are three types of estate jewelry: antique, vintage, and contemporary. Antique is older than 100 years; vintage is older than 40 years; and contemporary is 1980s till the present.

Identifying antique and vintage jewelry can be a challenge, and sometimes only an expert can make a final determination. But in the following article, we explain a few ways you can become more proficient at dating and identifying old jewelry: How to Identify Estate Jewelry.

Learn How to Choose an Estate Jewelry Appraiser

While it is important to understand the difference between replacement and market value jewelry appraisals, you should also know how to go about getting an accurate market value appraisal. When choosing an estate jewelry appraiser for your fine jewelry, you want to be sure you deal with someone who is a both a qualified gemologist & and an experienced fine jeweler.

There are basically two types of qualified gemologists among estate jewelry appraisers: the first is someone who has graduated from the Gemological Institute of America (GIA). This person is referred to as a “Graduate Gemologist” (or “G.G.”) and is credited as having developed a high level of proficiency. Learn more at: How to Get an Estate Jewelry Appraisal.

Learn How to Sell Your Estate Jewelry

Learn how to sell your previously-owned jewelry such as bridal jewelry or inherited antique jewelry in this article on how to sell estate jewelry. This informative knowledge article includes experts answers to common questions that may arise when you sell your fine jewelry to a dedicated jewelry buyer or your local fine jeweler. Learn more at: How to Sell My Jewelry.

The Best Place to Sell Jewelry Online

If you have been asking yourself questions like, “Where is the best place to sell second-hand jewelry?” “How can I sell used diamond jewelry?” “Where can I sell my my diamond ring?” or “Who is the best online jewelry buyer?” let us show you why thousands of people nationwide have chosen “Diamond Estate Jewelry Buyers” as the answer.

Diamond Estate Jewelry Buyers makes premium cash offers for valuable vintage and antique jewelry from all important design periods, including Georgian, Gothic, Victorian, Edwardian, Belle Époque, Art Nouveau, Arts & Crafts, Art Deco, Retro, and Egyptian Revival, as well as estate jewelry from classic designers such as David Webb, Seaman Schepps, Jean Schlumberger, Raymond Yard, Marcus & Co., Paulding Farnham, René Lalique, JAR, and Peter Carl Fabergé.