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Selling Fine Jewelry: Graff

Last updated: October 28, 2019
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While it used to be more common for people to hold on to items they no longer used, such as inherited and out of style jewelry, accumulated extra stuff doesn’t fit today’s lifestyle. More and more people are looking to re-sell fine jewelry they’ve purchased or received for a myriad of reasons, including fast cash or an urge to upgrade their jewelry box. In the past, this was a more difficult venture than it is today.

The key to selling fine jewelry is finding the right place to do so. Pawn and consignment shops are often not familiar with the true value of fine jewelry pieces, especially when items come from well-known brands. Large auction houses can be intimidating and inconvenient.

Worthy offers an easy, secure process for selling branded jewelry right from your computer or phone. With a network of qualified, vetted buyers to whom your item is presented, Worthy makes sure that you are getting the best price for your item.

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Why Sell Graff Jewelry

While Graff jewelry is quite breathtaking, many of their pieces are much more extravagant than most of us would choose to wear every day. If you are the owner of a piece of Graff jewelry that has been sitting unworn for years, selling your item can be quite beneficial. With such a well-known name in the world of luxury, Graff jewelry can sell for high prices quickly. That extra money could be a great way to finance a long-held dream of yours or buy you something new to wear every day.

Benefits Of Working With Worthy

Best price. The reach of the internet allows your item to be seen by multiple professional buyers, and you will get the best price when multiple people are bidding.

Fast, simple process. We help you sell your fine jewelry on a platform that’s fast, fair, and convenient. Gemstone grading, jewelry cleaning, photography, and marketing expertise are included in every sale.

Simply schedule FedEx pickup and we’ll handle the rest, ultimately offering your jewelry to our worldwide network of professional jewelry buyers, who can place bids based on experience and knowledge of your item and the greater market.

Complimentary GIA grading report. Understanding what you have is the key to obtaining a fair price for your jewelry.

Work with your own account manager. Your expert Worthy account executive offers discreet and private service and is available by chat, phone or email depending on your preference to answer any questions and keep you updated on the auction as it progresses.

You’re covered with up to $100,000 in insurance from reputable providers. When sending your jewelry to Worthy for auction, you will receive a prepaid, fully insured shipping label that provides coverage up to $100,000. The insurance remains in effect until your item is sold and delivered to the buyer.

How To Sell Graff Jewelry Online With Worthy

  1. Get a Trending Market Price. Describe your Graff jewelry to the best of your ability. Based on the provided information, we’ll conduct a market value analysis, resulting in a trending market price.

  2. Secure FedEx PickUp. We’ll provide you with a fully insured FedEx shipping label addressed to our headquarters.

  3. Grading and Auction Preparation. When your Graff jewelry arrives we will photograph it and have it professionally graded at the GIA laboratory located near our offices.

  4. Auction. The e-Diamond report and professional photos will be made available to you and the buyers interested in bidding on your Graff items.

  5. Get Paid. All you have to do is sit back, relax, and watch the offers roll in with the live auction viewer. Approve the final bid, and the money is yours.


Graff, The Home Of Exceptional Diamonds

Graff sits at the pinnacle of the fine jewelry world. Family-owned, the founder Laurence Graff built a stellar reputation for discovering the world’s finest and rarest diamonds. Today, the jeweler is known for amazing white and yellow diamonds that are beautiful, rare, and important. Some of the world’s most significant diamonds have been associated with Graff, including the 2019 discovery of the Graff Lesida La Rona, a 1,109-carat rough diamond that has been cut into a 302.37-carat square emerald-cut diamond, which is the largest and highest color and clarity diamond certified by GIA. Instantly recognizable, high-quality diamonds are very rare and as a result, yield strong auction results.

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How Do We Get You More When Selling Graff Jewelry?

  • Our unique auction platform, getting multiple competing offers

  • Professional photographs and descriptions tailored to sell Graff

  • GIA grading reports at no cost to you

  • Reputations as experts - the best in our field


How The Resale Value of Branded Jewelry Resale Value Is Determined?

Research shows that branded fine jewelry holds value and commands strong prices in the secondary market. According to a McKinsey & Company report, branded jewelry in the market has been growing steadily and is predicted to be 30-40% by 2020. However, while up trending quickly, branded jewelry is still less than half of the total market, making it relatively rare. The demand in the marketplace is driving higher values. Well-known heritage brands, such as Tiffany & Co., Cartier, and Van Cleef & Arpels have maintained their popularity and standards of excellence for over 100 years, making the iconic designs from each brand staples in the resale market.

A brand name is not enough. Exceptional stones like a large diamond with a high color and clarity rating, a noted provenance, or being from an era where the style remains very popular, like Art Deco, all contribute to the value of a specific piece. Other factors include the condition of the piece, its age, the quality of the side stones and mounting, and the design.

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