Pawn Your Bulgari Watch, London
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Are you thinking ” Pawn my Bulgari watch?”
If you’re wondering ‘how can I pawn my Bulgari watch in London?’, then here at New Bond Street Pawnbrokers we can help. With our expert knowledge, we can offer loans on Bulgari watches at our high-end pawn shop in Mayfair, London, to help you release your capital.
From humble beginnings in the 19th century, Bulgari is a master of bespoke luxury watches. Selling their timepieces in the fashionable Via Condotti District of Rome, Bulgari’s products became renowned amongst Italy’s wealthy aristocrats and was envied by rival jewellers.
The distinct elegance of the Roman-style design, combined with Swiss quality makes Bulgari’s watches extremely desirable. While not the most expensive watches in the world, models can be used as investments or collateral.
The value of your Loan on Bulgari watches
Over the years Bulgari has created many different watches, each with an individual set of characteristics. From luxury watches to high jewellery and Haute Horlogerie, every piece of Bulgari is a unique piece of craftsmanship. Therefore, the price of your Bulgari may differ from seemingly identical pieces. But to give you an idea of how much your Bulgari watch might sell for, the Bvlgari Diagono DG40SCH can be auctioned for as much as £1,900 and the Bulgari Octo billetro BGO 43BSCVDBR for £7,300.
The more information you find out about your watch the more accurate evaluation our experts can give, with four key characteristics to keep in mind.
Both the aesthetic condition of your watch and the internal mechanism will affect the value of your watch. Those watches which have been looked after and remain close to original quality will receive a higher price. Apart from the obvious external condition, the most effective way of judging the entire condition of your Bvlgari watch is to bring it into our pawnbroker, where our fine watch experts can give it a thorough examination.
Bulgari has over 150 years of experience in watchmaking and, like many famous luxury items, older items have a higher value due to the increased rarity. During the 1940s Bulgari introduced the snake-watch, an ode to the Art Deco period, and it became a timepiece for its age and iconic style. During the 1960s, the Bulgari clientele was world renowned with notable wearers of the brand including the Italian nobility, Nelson Rockefeller, and the US Ambassador to Italy.
Bulgari has issued some unique models and pieces, some more iconic than others, hence, different models can significantly affect your watches value. For example, the Serpenti models are extremely valuable due to their unconventional shape and history. The ultra-rare Bulgari Tourbillon Saphir can also fetch high valuations. Of course, the model is not everything, and the value of your watch is determined by a combination of age, condition, and model. Bulgari signature models include B Zero 1 , Bulgari Bulgari, Diagono, Lucea , Octo and Serpenti
Provenance is the documented history of the watch: original bill of sale, original box, servicing papers, or other official paperwork will also determine the overall value of loans on Bulgari watches. The provenance helps increase the value of collateral for your watch.
How to get an appraisal
At New Bond Street Pawnbroker our experienced evaluators bring these four factors together to give you the best valuation of your watch and, consequently, the optimum loans on Bulgari watches. So, if you would like to answer that burning question “how can I pawn my Bulgari watch?”, then the fastest way is to come into our store in Blenheim Street, Mayfair. We are an accredited and trustworthy pawnbroker to make sure you get the best out of your fine watch.
To learn more about our loans on fine watches you can visit our dedicated webpage. Finally, some of the many watch brands we loan against include: A. Lange & Sohne, Breguet, Breitling, Bulgari, Cartier, Chopard, Harry Winston, Hublot, IWC, Jaeger LeCoultre, Omega, Panerai, Piaget, Richard Mille, Roger Dubuis, Tiffany, Ulysse Nardin, Urwerk, Vacheron Constantin, Van Cleef & Arpels, Audemars Piguet, Graff, Patek Philippe, and Rolex
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