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See through Fashion for Spring

See through fashion, jewelry style. Explore the transparent rock crystal for spring.
Seaman Schepps 18 karat yellow gold and rock crystal earrings – also comes in a link bracelet.
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Art Deco Sapphire and Diamond Clips

Family time equals taking a walk down memory lane, looking at old pictures and rummaging through vintage and antique pieces in mom’s jewelry box. We are one of the largest estate jewelry dealers in the country. While we buy and sell estate pieces, we also remake them. Stop by our store to explore selling your jewelry, buying an estate piece or remaking your family’s heirloom pieces. Read More >

Monica Rich Kosann Charm Necklace

Every charm has a story and so does every estate piece. Stop by our new (temporary) storefront in Highland Park Village to explore our estate pieces, like this charm necklace designed by Monica Rich Kosann. Read More >

Estate Jewelry Also on Sale: 30-60% Off

Our moving sale is a great opportunity to buy an important and timeless piece. Our estate jewelry includes some of the most beautiful pieces of the past century. We search for lost pieces like we’re digging for artifacts. Visit our showroom to explore our estate jewelry that includes pieces designed by Cartier, Tiffany & Co., Van Cleef & Arpels, David Webb, Seaman Schepps, Raymond C. Yard and Jean Schlumberger. Read More >

David Webb Animal Jewelry to Celebrate Spring

We can’t get enough of David Webb, the “Quintessential American Jeweler” whose beautiful designs continue to be coveted by jewelry lovers. He was famous for designing “bold” jewelry in vibrant colors as well as animal jewelry like this lion enamel ring. Stop by our showroom to explore our David Webb pieces or tell us what you’re looking for and we’ll work with our network of purveyors and collectors to find it.
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Vintage David Webb

The most glamorous women in the world, including Jacqueline Kennedy and jewelry lovers Elizabeth Taylor and the Duchess of Windsor adored the “Quintessential American Jeweler,” David Webb. He was a self-taught artist well known for designing bold jewelry in vibrant colors, including many animal-inspired pieces with precious metals, enamel and jewels. He died young, at the age of 50 in 1975. His beautiful and well-crafted designs continue to be coveted by collectors and people passionate about beautiful vintage and estate jewelry. Read More >