Friday, January 22, 2021

Estate Jewelry

Estate Jewelry  

Estate Jewelry describes pieces that were previously owned, it sounds more elegant than used or old jewelry. Both vintage and antique are types of estate jewellery. Antique Jewelry is typically at least 100 years old but often Art Deco jewels crafted during the 1920's to 1930's are included.

While experts agree that buying and selling period jewelry will almost never make an investor rich in a short time, they nonetheless recommend jewelry as a safe store of value. A good jewel will always maintain its value, which in turn will increase in time.

Estate jewelry in a formal sense, is jewelry and often timepieces which are part of the 'estate' of a deceased person. More specifically, the term refers to second-hand or pre-owned jewelry, with the 'estate' appellation signifying that the item is antique, vintage or an otherwise considered a significant or important piece.



No comments:

Post a Comment