Are you wondering where to buy and sell estate jewelry in South Florida?

We are proud to say that Provident Jewelry is undoubtedly the best place to buy and sell estate jewelry in South Florida. With 7 Provident Jewelry stores, there is a convenient location near you. We have estate jewelry experts, professional appraisers, and graduate gemologists in West Palm Beach, Palm Beach, Jupiter, Wellington, Fort Myers, and at our two locations in Naples. Our staff truly cares about educating the customer, providing exceptional service, and establishing long-term relationships.

 

Not only do we buy and sell extraordinary, one-of-a-kind estate jewelry, but we also have over 26 years of experience as a full-service South Florida Jeweler. Check out our amazing reviews on Google to see why so many happy customers choose Provident Jewelry. You can learn all about the selling experience here. 

Let us answer some of your most common questions about buying & selling estate jewelry:

  • What is estate jewelry?
  • How to sell estate jewelry?
  • Where to buy estate jewelry?
  • What is an estate jewelry appraisal?

What is Estate Jewelry?

Estate jewelry is a piece or a collection of valuable jewelry that may have been previously part of an estate, owned by a family, or an individual, and is available for sale.  The previous owner of the jewelry may or may not still be living – either way it is still considered estate. The age of the jewelry has nothing to do with the classification of the jewelry as estate either. Although a significant amount of estate jewelry for sale is 50, or even 100+ years old, age is not a determining factor when classifying estate jewelry. Additionally, this classification also applies to all pre-owned jewelry, regardless of whether it is also identified as antique or vintage. An experienced professional jeweler and gemologist can properly identify and differentiate between estate jewelry that is vintage, or antique.

How to Sell Estate Jewelry?

Selling inherited or estate jewelry is a very common way to transform your valuable jewelry items into cash. If you’ve made the decision to sell some estate jewelry or watches there are some important things to consider. If you haven’t already, obtain a professional appraisal for your jewelry. You will establish the value of the items and also will be able to properly insure them should you decide not to sell. Also, always choose a highly-rated reputable jeweler who has experience with estate jewelry.

Provident Jewelry has over 26 years of experience buying and selling fine estate jewelry, watches, art, and antiques. Not only do we have an excellent reputation and outstanding reviews, but we also have graduate gemologists and jewelry experts at all 7 of our South Florida locations. Our staff will work with you to establish the accurate value of your items and help you make an informed decision around selling or trading your estate jewelry. If you don’t choose to work with one of our south Florida jewelers make sure that you do your research and read reviews to find someone in your area with the right expertise and a reputation for excellent customer service and satisfaction.

Where to Buy Estate Jewelry in South Florida?

If you’re looking to buy some extraordinary one-of-a-kind estate jewelry you’ve found the right place! Provident Jewelry has a vast collection of stunning estate jewelry and pre-owned luxury timepieces. You can buy estate jewelry at any one of our 7 South Florida locations – and you may also browse our entire estate collection online. We invite you to visit one of our showrooms today or contact us online to be connected with a jewelry expert who will help you find whatever type of jewelry item you’re looking for.

What is an Estate Jewelry Appraisal?

A jewelry appraisal is a process in which a professional examines and establishes a monetary value for a piece of jewelry or a collection, resulting in a document with the identified attributes and assigned value. In the case of estate jewelry specifically, the appraisal may be to establish the fair market value for resale purposes, tax purposes, or estate liquidation.

 

Obtaining an appraisal for your estate jewelry is the best way to value the pieces in your collection. Keep in mind that appraisal value will not necessarily reflect the exact amount that you would receive when selling your estate jewelry. This will be influenced by the demand and fluctuations in the jewelry resale market, among numerous other potential factors.

We are able to assist you with a professional appraisal for your estate jewelry at one of the 7 South Florida locations closest to you.

Learn more about each of our South Florida locations.

Check out a few select items from our Estate Collection

Estate Gold Cuff Bracelet

Elegant wide filigree bracelet in 18k yellow gold with 17.65-carat total weight of round diamonds and a hinged cuff. $37,500.00

Estate Jewelry Brooch

Sapphire & diamond art deco brooch with a 40-carat light blue sapphire, surrounded by diamonds in a platinum setting. $45,000.00

Used Gold Rolex Watch

Rolex day-date president in 18k yellow gold with a white dial, fluted bezel, and roman numeral indicators circa 1999. $21,500.00

Estate Jewelry Diamond Ring
Elegant art deco platinum ring featuring .95 carats of diamonds accented by sapphires.
$5,500.00