Sell Your Estate Jewelry
Get the most when you sell your estate jewelry to Leo’s in San Diego!
SELL ESTATE JEWELRY IN SAN DIEGO
How to Sell Estate JewelrySelling fine estate jewelry is quick and easy at Leo Hamel Jewelry & Gold Buyers. We understand selling estate jewelry can be a stressful, emotional experience. And that’s exactly why we use a simple three-step selling process. All you need to do is bring your estate jewelry to one of our five jewelry buying locations in San Diego. We’ll evaluate your items right in front of you, explaining why you’re being offered a certain price. Once a price is agreed upon, you leave with money in hand. It’s that easy!
Estate Jewelry Vs Vintage Jewelry Vs Antique JewelryFine jewelry can be classified as estate, vintage, or antique. But oftentimes, these terms are confused. Many people find themselves wondering what the difference between estate, vintage, and antique jewelry is. In order to better understand your jewelry when you visit Leo Hamel’s estate jewelry buyers, we’ve provided a quick breakdown below.
- Estate Jewelry: Estate is a term used to describe pre-owned jewelry. This term encompasses all second-hand jewelry, regardless of whether it is classified as antique or vintage. Think of ‘estate jewelry’ as an umbrella term for vintage and antique jewelry. Oftentimes, estate jewelry is sold as part of an estate of a person who is deceased. It is very common to see full collections of estate jewelry, but you can bring in as few or as many pieces as you’d like.
- Vintage Jewelry: Vintage jewelry is classified as jewelry that is not new, but less than 100 years old. Whether an item was purchased 2 days ago, 2 years ago, or 20 years ago, it is considered vintage.
- Antique Jewelry: Antique jewelry is jewelry that is 100 years old or older. Typically, antique jewelry is passed down through generations as family heirlooms.
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