Loans on Tiffany Diamond Jewellery
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Are you thinking ” Pawn my Tiffany Diamond Jewellery?”
Nothing says romance quite like an item from this iconic brand; which could mean that you are extremely reluctant to sell it. The perfect solution is to research loans on Tiffany Diamond Jewellery. Thanks to the expertise of our staff, should you decide to pawn your Tiffany diamond jewellery, swift assistance and discretion are assured.
Even if you don’t have a sentimental attachment to pieces from Tiffany & Co., then you could well see your jewellery as a long term investment, which is another excellent reason to retain ownership and liquidate funds quickly and privately at our Mayfair pawnbroking offices.
This guide shows the steps involved should you wish to pawn your Tiffany Diamond Jewellery in London and the reasons to rely on our sector expertise.
Valuations of jewellery from Tiffany
Despite the fact the brand is much sought-after, selling your item or items is often something to be avoided.
Should you be considering raising loans on Tiffany diamond jewellery in London, you need to know you will benefit from a genuine evaluation to produce a fair amount. This needs to run alongside a manageable level of interest.
That’s where the expertise of our new Bond Street pawnbroking staff comes into its own. All of the above is possible, should you decide to pawn your Tiffany Diamond Jewellery. Our intuitive customer service works in partnership with you to agree on a timescale to complete the transaction and reacquire your item or items.
Knowing the true worth of fine jewellery
Our ability to offer authentic and fair valuations on items from Tiffany & Co comes from our appreciation of its true value.
This is potentially the best-known jewellery company across the world, yet its origins lie in stationery and $1,000 worth of seed money! In 1837, Charles Lewis Tiffany and John B Young launched a high-end goods and stationery store in New York, thanks to financial support from Charles’ father. It quickly began to specialise in jewellery that emphasised clear quality, in contrast to the garish excess of the Victorian era. Indeed, Tiffany was the first US company to adopt the British silver standard that required the use of metal that was at least 92% pure.
From this basis, Charles Lewis Tiffany and his fine jewellery company become a strong force at sales of gems and jewellery collections in the US and Europe. This includes the purchase of one-third of the French Crown Jewels in 1887.
Under the founders’ successors, the company continued to create unique and stunningly beautiful pieces, influencing the entire industry by experimenting with coloured gemstones to support the finest diamonds. The company’s innovation extends to launching its own metal alloy, Rubedo.
You can research more of the company’s antecedence on its website. However, have you a clear idea of the current value of Tiffany jewellery?
This timelessly aspirational brand regularly lists at leading auction houses, including individual Tiffany brooches, necklaces, pendants and earrings; or items that form part of larger prestigious jewellery collections.
In 2018, a diamond and opal earring set by Tiffany & Co sold for $75,000 (more than triple its $20,000 top estimate) at auction at Sotheby’s.
A stunning late-19th-century emerald and diamond necklace by Tiffany & Co sold for 1,572,500 Swiss Francs in 2018, at Christie’s Geneva.
Contemporary Tiffany jewellery makes headlines too. This includes the Tiffany Aurora, a bespoke necklace crafted for pop icon Lady Gaga for the Golden Globes, which dazzled with its 300 diamonds.
Contact New Bond Street Pawnbrokers for a confidential discussion or to arrange a private appointment, as the first step to a seamless and reassuringly professional service. This includes expedited loans on Tiffany Diamond Jewellery and other high-value items, should you have an urgent need for capital. For more information on services provided by New Bond Street Pawnbrokers please watch our video here and read about the loan process here.
To learn more about our loans on fine art you can visit our diamonds or fine jewelry dedicated webpages. We offer loans against the following types of diamonds: 2 carat, baguette cut, blue diamonds, cushion cut, emerald cut, fancy color, marquise cut, old cut, oval cut, pear cut, pink, princess cut, and GIA certified diamonds. Similarly, 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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