Austin, TX – Estate jewelry includes items with a rich history, having been previously owned and passed down through generations. Typically acquired after a previous owner has passed away, these pieces often hail from eras such as Victorian, Arts and Crafts, Georgian, or Art Deco/Nouveau.

Even though every piece of estate jewelry differs, they are usually high-quality items with personal style characteristics that have withstood the test of time. In addition to the fact that only the finest and most durable pieces survive, many lesser-quality items break apart or deconstruct to fit changing jewelry styles, contributing to the design of estate and antique trinkets.

Abercrombie Jewelry, specializing in buying and selling estate jewelry, excels in appraising and acquiring these valuable pieces, ensuring fair valuations. Serving as a trustworthy destination for estate jewelry transactions in Austin, Texas, and nearby areas, the company is dedicated to providing reliable and professional services.

Sharing insights on these valuable pieces, the company highlights that estate jewelry offers access to traditional and classic styles, promotes eco-friendliness, and holds significant historical value. The company further explains that age has nothing to do with whether or not a piece of jewelry is considered an ‘estate’; rather, it must be valuable, desirable, or premium.

The Austin store has one of the finest selections of estate, vintage, and antique male and female wedding bands. They feature diamond cuts, two-tone stones, bypass shapes, premium colors, and more, perfect for clients who prefer simplicity, sophistication, discretion, and everything in between.

For a one-of-a-kind estate find or classic staple bracelet, Abercrombie Jewelry has yellow gold, diamond bangle, Tiffany & Co., tennis, Van Cleef, Emerald, and other types for clients to explore. Their antique chains, diamond + gemstone, and statement necklaces elevate an everyday look while their stud, chandelier, pearl, hoop, and teardrop earrings add a beautiful touch to one’s style. The store also carries vintage and newer luxury watches from Patek Philippe, Cartier, Rolex, and more.

In addition to providing valuable items for sale, Estate Jewelry Austin – Abercrombie Jewelry buys gold, flatware, silver, diamonds, coins, watches, and precious gems like sapphires, rubies, and emeralds.

When buying estate jewelry, they determine the type of precious metal or gemstones present, assess how resalable the item is, and identify the brand and whether or not the trinket has aftermarket parts. While pure gold is ideally what Abercrombie Jewelry is in the market for, they accept any options that are 10, 14, 18, or 22 karats and platinum and palladium.

As a GIA-certified diamond grader with over 15 years of experience in accurate appraisals for estate jewelry Austin, they provide verbal assessments covering the item’s general age and value, the type of metal or stone, and its purchase price. The store’s expert appraisers focus on clarity, size, cut, and color, conducting thorough checks for GIA certifications, abrasions, chips, and other imperfections.

With a commitment to preserving the essence of timeless pieces, Abercrombie Jewelry stands as a trusted destination for acquiring, selling, and appraising estate jewelry in Austin, Texas, and neighboring areas.

About Abercrombie Jewelry.

Ron Rosenberg started Abercrombie Jewelry in 1989 out of a passion for unique jewelry and antiques. As a family-owned and operated business with long-term relationships with Austin communities, their mission has always been to cultivate a distinctive collection of jewelry ranging from estate and antique to contemporary and custom. They are competitive buyers and appraisers of estate pieces, loose and set diamonds, timepieces, and precious metals.

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Company Name
Abercrombie Jewelry
Contact Name
AJ Rosenberg
3008 Bee Caves Rd #100
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