Loans on Harry Winston Diamond Jewellery
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Are you thinking ” Pawn my Harry Winston Diamond Jewellery?”
The prospect of selling precious and meaningful items can be daunting, so you are invited to consider taking steps to pawn your Harry Winston Diamond Jewellery instead. Raising loans on Harry Winston Diamond Jewellery in London is not only possible, it is quick and discrete using our Mayfair pawnbroking service.
This could be the perfect solution should you need to liquidate the value of your high end items, in a speedy but discrete way. It is something that the team at New Bond Street Pawnbrokers excels at. Which is why we are trusted by so many wealthy and influential clients, who need to temporarily release the value of precious belongings.
This guide shows how this works, particularly in relation to anyone wishing to know “Can I pawn my Harry Winston Diamond Jewellery in London?”
No overview of this jewellery brand would be complete without mentioning the “Winston Pink Legacy”, a 18.96-carat pink diamond ring bought by the company in 2018. This set a world record (for per carat price of a pink diamond) when the House of Harry Winston purchase it in a Geneva auction for $50.3 million.(source: https://www.forbes.com/sites/anthonydemarco/2019/01/01/jewellery-sales-for-christies-and-sothebys-total-906-3-million-in-2018/#986c5301a63f)
Understanding the value of Harry Winston jewellery
One of the reasons that New Bond Street Pawnbrokers is happy to provide loans on Harry Winston Diamond Jewellery, is that we have unrivalled understanding of its true worth. This pedigree and creative flair ensured that in 2018, of the $906 million worth of jewellery sold at Christies and Sothebys, the premier pieces were those created by the House of Harry Winston. This interest is worldwide. Two dramatic and bold Harry Winston diamond necklaces sold for $324,500 and $492,500 at Bonhams New York in Autumn of 2018.
This is, of course, one of the most aspirational names in the world of fine jewellery. In fact, Harry Winston is sometimes referred to colloquially as “The King of Diamonds”.
The origins of the business lie with Harry Winston’s Ukrainian father, who started a jewellery firm after emigrated to the USA. Harry Winston learnt much from this and started his own business in 1920. Just 12 years later, he already had a much-acclaimed New York store.
From here, the House of Harry Winston blossomed, for many decades driven by the founders family and more recently by a global company. Such as the jewellery firm’s close affinity to the global diamond industry, it has managed to acquire individual stones and collections of the highest order. Including the historic Hope Diamond which was gifted to the Smithsonian Institution in 1958.
This iconic brand continues to produce some of the most exquisite rings, necklaces, earrings and jewellery sets, but also classic watches of the highest quality.
For more information about the company, follow this link to the House of Harry Winston website.
Long term investment value
The strong interest when items from this range go under the hammer overlooks an important fact. Many owners do not want to part with precious and valuable jewellery, either due to its sentimental value or its relevance as a long term investment.
Which is why the question we recommend you ask, is how to pawn your Harry Winston Diamond Jewellery.
How to release the value of Harry Winston pieces or collections
The next step to raise loans on Harry Winston Diamond Jewellery in London could not be more straightforward. Simply contact us for a confidential discussion or to arrange a private appointment.
Our Mayfair based jewellery experts will provide a fair and insightful assessment of your single item or collection, and any other high end items you wish to include. We will discuss timescales for you to reacquire full ownership and an equitable interest rate.
Some of the many loans we offer are against various types of fine jewellery: diamond earrings, diamond necklaces, diamond rings, and fine brands of diamond jewelery such as Graff, Van Cleef & Arpels, Bulgari, Harry Winston , Tiffany and Cartier to name just a few.
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