These five pieces of estate jewelry did not go unnoticed on our auction platform. Leave us a comment telling which one you like the most!
Antique 1.20 CT European Cut Right Hand Ring
One of our favorite estate jewelry pieces auctioned at Worthy is this beautiful 1.20 CT European cut diamond ring. The central stone is a natural diamond with I-J color and VS1 clarity, according to the GIA grading scale. The European cut is one of the vintage shapes that is clearly making a comeback. It is no wonder our expert buyers offered $3,654 for this sparkler!
Baguette Cut Link Bracelet
Since the moment this stunning bracelet arrived at our facilities, we fell in love with it. This authentic Art Deco diamond bracelet in platinum dates circa 1930. The design consists of 6 baguette-shaped natural diamonds with a total weight of 3.55 CT, surrounded by 158 Old European cut diamonds. Due to its high diamond grading, and for being an extraordinary antique, this unique piece of jewelry was sold for $5,490
Antique Art Deco 2.20 CT European Cut Ring
This wonderful antique Art Deco ring made its way to the exclusive high estate jewelry deals selection when auctioned for $9,900 at Worthy. This authentic european cut diamond engagement ring dates back to 1938 and it’s still in very good condition. Weighing 2.20 CT, the central stone is color I and clarity VS2, according to GIA grading scale. Whoever gets this sparkler next is for sure a lucky woman!
Vintage Cartier Bracelet
A true vintage, this 14K gold Cartier tubogas bangle bracelet features 44 round shape natural diamonds with a total weight of 1.0 CT. Their color ranges from H to I and clarity from SI1 to SI2, according to the GIA grading scale. This splendid bracelet was auctioned for $1,350.
Antique 1.15 CT Old Mine Cut Central Cluster Ring
This rare antique engagement ring features a 1.15 central stone Old Mine cut diamond, with K-L color and SI1 clarity. The rock is escorted by blue sapphires on the sides. The ring metal is 18kt gold and it features a central cluster design. For its attributes and its authentic vintage footprint, this item was sold at auction for $2,070.
If you are looking to sell your estate jewelry items, benefit from a complimentary GIA diamond grading, professional photography and up to $100,000 in insurance coverage. We’ll make sure the buyers come running.