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The Most Famous Diamonds in the World

Sep 24, 2015

Throughout history, diamonds have been prized and valued for their beauty and rarity. Diamonds were first discovered about 5000 years ago in India and used for decoration and jewelry. But it wasn’t until 300 BC that Alexander the Great brought diamonds…

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Estate Jewelry: How to Determine Its Value

Aug 7, 2015

The sentimental value of estate jewelry can be very high. If it has been passed down through generations or inherited by a recently passed loved one, it may stir up old memories or stories from your family’s history. Because of this if you’ve decided…

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Where Should I Sell My Watch? And Other Questions

Jul 23, 2015

If you’re getting ready to sell your watch or other valuables, you probably have a few questions. You might be wondering: Where should I go to sell my watch? How do I know what it’s worth? What will happen to my watch after I sell it? Those are all…

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Where to Sell Diamonds in the Washington, D.C. Area

Jun 9, 2015

Selling your diamond jewelry can be a difficult decision no matter how you acquired it. Jewelry can have powerful sentimental value, so you’ll want to make sure you’re emotionally ready to part with it. Once you’re ready, this post will help you…

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Is It Wrong to Sell Old Jewelry After a Death?

Apr 16, 2015

The death of a loved one is a painful time. While mourning, it can be extremely difficult to make decisions about your loved one’s possessions. Everything seems to have sentimental value. As a result, things simply go undecided for months or even years…

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Cartier, The Jeweler of Kings and The King of Jewelers

Aug 14, 2014

Were the words issued by King Edward VII of England. Established in Paris, France, in 1847, by Louis-Francois Cartier, Cartier has provided countless commissions for royalty and celebrities around the world.  Royal warrants from over a dozen countries…

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Wallace Grand Baroque Silver

Aug 12, 2014

The Wallace sterling patterns started with the creation of Wallace Silversmiths by Robert Wallace in 1815. It grew immensely over time to become one of the largest silversmiths in the world. The Grande Baroque pattern was designed by William S Warren…

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Selling Silver in Washington D.C.

Nov 4, 2011

We are in Chevy Chase, only a block away from the DC line, and there is a lot of silver flatware to buy. We see it all. Most people selling their sterling silver in Washington DC have American silver - Gorham, Steiff, International Silver, Tiffany and…

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