• Should I Repair or Replace my broken jewelry?

      June 28, 2016
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      Repair or replace broken jewelry There is nothing more frustrating than finding that a treasured piece of jewelry is broken. First, it is important that you secure the item. You do not want to lose anything—after all, while a broken necklace is bad, one that is missing pieces is a much bigger problem. After you have done this, you have a big decision. Will you have your piece repaired, by a jeweler, or will you replace it with something new? We’ve p....

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    • 5 Ways to Build a Vintage Jewelry Collection

      June 20, 2016
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      There is something special about vintage jewelry. Everyone loves wearing a gorgeous necklace or large ring that is nothing like what everyone else wears. Unfortunately, it is impossible to go down to the chain jewelry store at the mall and add to your vintage collection. That’s why we’ve put together a guide to five ways that you can easily add to your vintage jewelry collection. Mention Your Love for Jewelry to Friends and Family The first, easies....

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    • 4 Tips to Keep Your Diamond Sparkling

      June 14, 2016

      Diamond is the hardest known natural substance on earth. Since many diamonds formed under the earth's substance for millions (or even billions of years), it only makes sense that the gem is so incredibly durable. For a substance so hard that it can cut glass, rock or metal, you would think that taking care of it would be a snap—wouldn’t you? While it's hard to scratch a diamond and might be nearly impossible for you to accidentally break it, it is not ....

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    • A Brief History of Gucci

      June 6, 2016

      Gucci got its start in the early 1900’s and over the last 100 years or so has grown to become one of the world’s best-known high-end clothing, leather good, accessory and jewelry makers. Understanding how a young immigrant hotel worker became one of the best-known names in fashion will only make you better appreciate some of the fine pieces that Gucci offers today. Young Guccio Gucci established a shop in 1920 selling fine leather goods. With three ....

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    • The Hermes Clic H Bracelet

      May 25, 2016

      Hermes Bracelet When it comes to signature jewelry items, there is not a piece that screams “Hermes” more than the Clic-Clac or Clic H Bracelet. This is interesting since Hermes is actually best known for its leather goods. However, for a company that got its start in leather, high-end jewelry suits the brand well. The Clic H Bracelet is one of several bracelet designs. The fact that it's a collection means that if you love the idea of the bracel....

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    • Pearls and Diamonds – Five Ways to Do it Right

      May 18, 2016

      Two of the most attractive, and most worn, pieces of jewelry any woman owns is often a string of pearls and her diamonds. These pieces are functional and can be dressed up or dressed down, depending on the occasion. That’s what makes them so perfect. So, maybe if you’re looking for another piece that you would wear just as often it might be in the same vein—perhaps pairing the two together. We’ve put together a selection of five of the best diamond....

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    • Tiffany for Men?

      May 12, 2016
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      Tiffany and Co. may be known for the “little blue box” and mainly for the beautiful jewelry and gifts designed for women. However, the classic jewelry retailer does have another side—a side that is distinctly masculine. In fact, Tiffany and Co. has a number of products available that are perfect to give as a gift for a special man in your life. We’ve collected a few of the most popular men’s gifts available from Tiffany and Co. for your perusal. ....

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    • Why Upgrading Your Engagement Ring is a Smart Choice

      May 4, 2016

      Nearly every woman would love a big, sparkling diamond engagement ring. However, sometimes finances dictate that a smaller ring is the smarter choice when the spouse-to-be proposes. While it used to be that the engagement ring was thought of as a lifetime piece of jewelry, today the rules of etiquette have relaxed a bit, and many couples are finding that trading up is a good choice. Why? Consider these four reasons. Spend Less Upfront When a couple is ....

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    • How to clean your diamond

      April 28, 2016
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      How To Clean Your Diamond - A Brief Guide Just like any other type of jewelry, diamonds get dirty. Even if you take off your diamond ring, watch or necklace when you are doing heavy work or exercising, your sweat and natural oils will cause your diamonds to lose their luster after awhile. While you could take your favorite jewelry to a trained jeweler for cleaning, sometimes that is not always convenient. We’ve put together a brief guide to help you c....

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    • Selling Family Jewelry – Choosing the Right Jewelry Buyer

      April 20, 2016

      Selling Family Jewelry You have probably seen advertisements for shops on the side of the road that will buy your gold, silver or precious gemstones. You probably also know that you could visit a pawnshop to get some cash for your jewelry or perhaps even sell your pieces online. However, if you have an heirloom piece or another item that is particularly valuable or important to you, how do you make certain you choose the right place to sell your jewelry....

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    • All About Tiffany Charms Bracelet

      April 12, 2016

      There is no trend in jewelry right now that is hotter than the charm bracelet. However, just because this piece is trendy doesn’t mean that it is brand new! Charm bracelets have been around for centuries and have risen and fallen in popularity over the years. One of the best-known names in jewelry is one of the premier charm makers too. Tiffany charms and charm bracelets are beautiful, make great gifts and can be an excellent investment too. Learn more a....

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    • 5 Signs of Quality Jewelry

      April 5, 2016

      Whether you are an estate sale shopper, enjoy perusing secondhand jewelry stores, or you have the opportunity to pick up some pieces from friends or family, you are probably intrigued by the idea of finding treasure in the form of high-end jewelry. However, to find these treasures, you must know how to recognize it. We’ve put together five things you should look at to help you identify exceptional pieces—and avoid the faux. Metal If the piece has a....

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    • Hollywood’s Best-Known Jewels

      March 27, 2016

      In many cases, movies have intentionally or unintentionally highlighted particular brands. For instance, it’s impossible to think of the movie ET without thinking about Reese’s Pieces. But, did you ever think about what jewels or jewelry items gained fame because they were highlighted in a movie? While there are plenty of movies that feature jewels, here are five of the most iconic movie jewels or pieces ever. How many do you remember? Scarlett’s ....

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    • The Aquamarine – 5 Trendy Pieces

      March 19, 2016

      The birthstone for the month of March, the aquamarine is a beautiful blue-green gem. Whether this is your birthstone or not, it can be a beautiful choice for nearly any jewelry piece. Some of the finest jewelry designers have decided to use this stone as part of their collections. We’ve put together a few pieces that are currently hitting it big here in New York and around the world. Vintage Faberge Brooches The aquamarine is a beautiful stone. Somet....

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    • Five Vintage Designers Who Are Hollywood Hot

      March 11, 2016

      In the world of jewelry, and fashion in general, there is always the thought that newer and fresher is always the best. However, that’s certainly not always the case. In fact, there are many vintage jewelry designers (designers who have been making pieces for 25 years, 50 years or even longer) that are still super popular among Hollywood’s elite and in the modeling world. So, what names should you look for when browsing vintage and estate jewelry? T....

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    • Earrings – Options Beyond Studs

      March 3, 2016
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      That pair of diamond studs is a classic. You likely wear them to work and when you are going out with friends. However, there is more to life than just diamond studs! When you consider purchasing a new pair of earrings, what do you think about buying? If your answer is: “another pair of studs,” it may be time to begin exploring the different options available in earrings, and think outside the stud. Here are some types of earrings to consider Dangle....

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    • Five Ideas for Utilizing Single Earrings

      February 26, 2016

      There is nothing more frustrating than losing one of your earrings—especially if it is a treasured set. After all, a good pair of Tiffany, Van Cleef or even Bulgari earrings are something that you can wear for a lifetime. However, just because you have lost one earring doesn’t mean you are completely out of luck. There are some options for that remaining piece. Consider the following before relegating your single earring to the back of the jewelry box.....

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    • 5 Popular Diamond Shapes for Engagement Rings

      February 16, 2016
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      5 Popular Diamond Shapes for Engagement Rings When you think of a diamond ring, what do you think of shape wise? Diamonds are not mounted in their natural shape and very few diamonds are cut in a “diamond” shape. Instead, diamond cutters and jewelers utilize popular trends to help stones look their best when they are set into the ring. Here are five of the most popular shapes—that you will find in both modern and vintage rings. Check out some of y....

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    • Tips for Authenticating Tiffany Jewelry

      February 9, 2016

      Tip for Authenticating Tiffany Jewelry One of the biggest names in the jewelry business is Tiffany & Co. After all, who doesn’t like getting a gift in a little blue box? In addition to the new pieces being popular, secondhand, vintage Tiffany jewelry is much-loved too. However, when you purchase these older pieces, you can put yourself at risk of buying a “fake”—if you’re not careful. We have put together a brief guide to help you with the aut....

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    • The Vacation of Your Dreams is Not Out of Reach

      February 2, 2016

      As winter begins winding down, many people find their attention turning towards one thing: vacation. However, before you decide that you will have to save that vacation of your dreams for another year, why not look at other options for paying for the trip? One way you can do this is quite simple—all you need to do is look in your jewelry box. What Do You Have? First, it’s important to realize that you may have more available to you in sellable old ....

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    • Spring’s Hottest Floral Inspired Jewelry

      January 27, 2016

      Spring means warmer weather, birds chirping, and the opportunity to get outside and enjoy great outdoors. However, nothing says spring more than the simple beauty of flowers. While “natural” flowers are all around us, the floral motif is quite popular in clothing, décor, and even jewelry. If you are looking for a fun and stylish way to add some spring in your life, consider these five hot floral inspired jewelry pieces. The Camelia Collection by Ch....

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    • 4 Reasons to Consider Vintage Engagement Rings

      January 20, 2016

      Choosing the right engagement ring for that special person in your life is a big decision. If you have ever browsed the selection at one of the jewelry stores at the mall or big box stores, you have probably noticed one thing. The rings start to run together in your head. You are not alone in that line of thought; it’s true. Sometimes the rings from these stores can be a bit “cookie cutter” in look and feel. Another option is to go with a vintage rin....

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    • 5 Jewelry Pieces that Speak of Romance

      January 12, 2016

      There are not many gifts that are more romantic than a piece of jewelry. However, not every jewelry gift is the same. Obviously, an engagement ring is romantic, but some other pieces are designed with romance in mind. Here are five awesome jewelry gifts that speak of romance—something you may want to consider if you want a romantic gift for that special someone in your life. Cartier Love Bracelet While at first glance the Cartier Love bracelet looks ....

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    • Pearls Don’t Have to Be Old Fashioned

      January 4, 2016
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      When you think about pearls, you likely think of a pearl strand necklace or pearl earrings—the ultimate in “old fashioned” jewelry options. However, there are certainly other ways to wear pearls. Discover more about pearls and how they can be a thoroughly modern addition to your jewelry wardrobe. Pearls Aren’t Just White Today’s production technology allows for the creation of pearls in many colors. There’s more than just traditional white ....

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    • A Quick Guide to Colored Diamonds

      December 28, 2015

      A perfect, flawless diamond is transparent—with no color or hue whatsoever. However, larger stones are unlikely to be perfect. Chemical impurities can affect the color of the rock. Some of these impurities will create colors that are desirable and ADD value while others create less desirable colors and can lower the value of the stone. Whether you are in the market to purchase a diamond ring, or you are looking to sell your loose diamonds to a buyer, it ....

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    • Valentine’s Day is Coming – Are You Ready?

      December 17, 2015

      Valentine’s Day is February 14th. For many, this is a major holiday—a time to show a loved one how much you care. A popular gift idea for Valentine’s Day is jewelry. Perhaps you want to give a sparkly necklace or something even bigger like an engagement ring. Trying to come up with the cash for a major gift like that can be a challenge. However, if you’re like most people, you have money you don’t even know about, perhaps in your jewelry box! Che....

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    • Five Popular Watches for Resale

      December 9, 2015

      Selling Your Luxury Watch If you’re like most people, you could probably use a little extra cash—perhaps to pay for unexpected bills or maybe for something fun, like to bankroll a dream vacation. You probably know that gold, silver and diamonds have excellent resale value. However, other items that often have great potential for resale are watches. Here are luxury watches that you should consider selling in case you need cash or are ready for an upg....

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    • Repurposing Engagement Rings

      December 3, 2015

      Perhaps your engagement was called off, or maybe you’ve replaced a “starter” engagement ring with one that has a bit more sparkle and shine. No matter what the reason for retiring an engagement ring, it can be a challenge to decide what to do with an unused diamond. Check out these five ideas for reusing, repurposing or recycling your ring. Reuse the Stones If you decided to upgrade your ring to something larger and flashier, your old ring probab....

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    • Five Tips for Selling Your Tiffany Earrings

      November 26, 2015

      Selling your Tiffany Earrings If you are looking for a fast and easy way to add cash to your bank account, you may consider looking at how to sell your Tiffany earrings or other Tiffany jewelry. After all, Tiffany pieces are some of the most treasured jewelry brands available. Because of this, both classic and modern pieces often have a significant resale value. If you are considering selling your Tiffany earrings, here are five tips to make the process....

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    • A Brief History of the Cartier Love Bracelet

      November 17, 2015

      Cartier Love Bracelet The Cartier Love Bracelet is more than simply a piece of jewelry, it is thought of by many as the “universal symbol of love and commitment”. From Hollywood’s elite to everyday people with exquisite taste, this is one bracelet that nearly everyone can agree looks great. Are you familiar with the history behind this iconic piece? Once you know more, you may be even more impressed by the beauty and charm these bracelets offer. ....

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    • 3 Things Consumers Wish They Knew Before they Sold Their Loose Diamonds

      November 10, 2015

      Selling Your Loose Diamonds? If you have loose diamonds socked away in a jewelry box or safe, you certainly know that you have something of value on your hands. However, you may be putting off making that sale because you think the process will be overwhelming. Just remember, you are certainly not the first person to be in this position! Here are three things others who sold their diamonds before wish they had known before they began the sales process. Y....

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    • Selling Jewelry is Like Selling a Car

      November 2, 2015
      Selling Jewelry is like selling your car

      Selling jewelry is like selling your car. In today’s disposable world, there are not many things you own that are actually worth re-selling. Your automobile is one of those items, of course. However, another is your fine jewelry and watches. If you are like many people, you have pieces tucked away in a jewelry box or safe deposit box that you never wear. Wouldn’t it be better to turn those into cash? If you decide to do that, make sure you take care....

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    • Selling your Engagement Ring – The Do’s and Donts

      October 20, 2015

      Selling your Engagement Ring. The Do's and Dont's Selling your engagement ring is unfortunate, but occasionally an engagement ends before the wedding even occurs. While there is sadness in seeing a relationship end, it is normally best or a couple to figure this out before the wedding than after it. However, there are certain issues that crop up that can be difficult to deal with from a logistical perspective. Most notably—“what happens to the ring?" ....

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    • Letting Go and Moving On: When it is Time to Sell Jewelry

      September 1, 2015
      Time To Sell Jewelry

      When it is Time to Sell Jewelry There comes a time when we all begin the de-accessioning process, the letting go of our "stuff," the term comedian George Carlin used to categorize our belongings, which he poked fun at. During our acquisitive years, we amass, and then suddenly, we just have too much stuff and we seek to divest. There are many reasons to let go and move on, in the literal and virtual sense: Life-changing events cause us to rethink both s....

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    • Selling Your Tiffany Jewelry – 5 Tips

      August 21, 2015
      Selling your Tiffany Jewelry

      Selling Your Tiffany Jewelry If you are looking for a fast and easy way to add cash to your bank account, you may consider looking at how to sell your Tiffany jewelry. After all, Tiffany jewelry & diamonds are some of the most treasured jewelry brands available. Because of this, both classic and modern pieces often have a significant resale value. If you are considering selling your Tiffany jewelry, here are five tips to make the process simple and p....

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    • The Hampton Classic: The Highlight of the Social Season on the East End

      August 12, 2015
      The Hampton Classic

      The Hampton Classic Saddle up, couch potatoes!  The 40th Annual Hampton Classic Horse Show returns to Bridgehampton (New York), in a mere two weeks, slated for August 23rd through the 30th.  The Classic showcases the highest levels of equestrian show-jumping competition and features six show rings, a boutique (with more than 70 vendors including  Ghurka, Gretchen Scott Designs, Hermès, Jack Rogers, Jim Dratfield's Petography, Land Rover/Jaguar, Welli....

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    • Selling your Jewelry? Check your Jewelry Box

      August 12, 2015
      Selling Your Jewelry

      Selling your Jewelry Whether you are saving for the upcoming holidays or you want to treat your family to the vacation of a lifetime, everyone can use a little extra money. One of the easiest ways to add some cushion to your budget is something you may not have ever considered — checking out your jewelry box. What Sells? It may surprise you, but you do not necessarily have to have huge diamonds to earn money from your old pieces. Smaller diamond p....

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    • The Glamour and Glitz of the Metropolitan Museum’s Costume Institute

      July 31, 2015

      When the Metropolitan Museum's Costume Institute show, China: Through the Looking Glass , debuted in the late spring, the show's opening-night gala took its place as the most coveted event on Gotham's spring social calendar. Le tout New York (and for that matter, Hollywood and the world) made an entrance that night, to see and be seen. And the splendor of the attendees' own "costumes" and the bejeweled arms necks, ears (and hair!) speak to the significance....

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    • How To Sell Your Diamonds For Cash? Learn How

      July 27, 2015
      Sell Your Diamonds For Cash

      Sell Your Diamonds For Cash It is no secret that diamonds and other fine jewelry are worth a small fortune. So, when you don’t get much wear out of your pieces anymore or decide it is time for an upgrade, what do you do? For many, they simply leave them sit in the back of a jewelry box collecting dust for years or even pass it down to a young relative. But, there is a better way to have your expensive jewelry keep giving. Selling your jewelry for cash c....

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    • Turning Your Treasures into Instant Cash: One Woman’s Story

      July 10, 2015

      While diamonds are the bedrock (no pun intended here) of Roy Herzl, Inc., we purchase a fair amount of antique and vintage jewelry for the secondary market. We are very plugged into a vast network of dealers and private collectors, so we know that we can give your treasured jewels a caring second home.  As they say with rescued pets, we find the next forever-home for your jewelry with someone who will appreciate and pamper your precious jewelry as you did....

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    • Insurance Security: Evaluating Your Treasured Jewelry

      June 15, 2015

      The haunting ballad Memories from the Broadway blockbuster Cats conjures the youthful, exuberant life of über-cat Grizabella. Just as potent is the power of a piece of your own jewelry, capable of excavating highly personal sentiments, memories so evocative as to render the jewelry irreplaceable to you: A charm bracelet recounts the story of your life, a baby locket may hold pictures of beloved parents, a strand of pearls may ignite the recollection of th....

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    We are interested in all kinds of precious jewelry, particularly diamonds of a carat or more. Please do not hesitate to contact us to make an appointment.

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