Fine jewelry can be an investment. When you’re looking to play it safe with your investments; many century old pieces have timeless appeal. So, are you ready to add to your investment portfolio?
Investment Worthy Jewelry
In the first place, many Women are buying jewelry for themselves. Since Tiffany & Co., was first introduced in 1886, it continues to be known for its engagement rings. When you’re thinking of buying an engagement ring, usually a solitaire engagement ring comes to mind. For additional Solitaire styles, be sure to visit our Solitaire Engagement Ring post.
Because this ring is timeless, a Tiffany & Co., Platinum Engagement Ring continues to be one of the most sought after rings to date. Set in Platinum, this Ideal 1 carat Diamond shows off its brilliance in this six prong setting.
As we know, pearls are classic, yet timeless. Since Mikimoto Kokichi is known for one of the first sets of pearls in the 1890’s, these are considered a timeless investment. From our Estate collection, the 24 inch Mikimoto Cultured Pearl Necklace has a fine white with pink overtone and a beautiful lustre.
Because Woman always buy earrings for themselves as well as give them as gifts, they are an essential jewelry staple. With this in mind; why not invest in a pair of diamond earrings in either white gold or platinum?
Also, from Tiffany & Co., these Triple Platinum, Dangle Diamond Earrings are a stunning style to wear to give you a little extra shine.
Investment Jewelry Over Time
First and foremost, vintage jewelry continues to rise in price. In the same fashion, art deco pieces from the 1920’s and 1930’s continue to rise in price and are in high demand. Also, in high demand are Designer pieces of jewelry from Cartier and Van Cleef & Arpels.
As you know, brooches are one of the hottest trends in fashion right now. For additional brooches, be sure to visit our Brooch Jewelry Resurgence post. With this in mind, why not invest in the Van Cleef & Arpels 18k Yellow Gold and 1.60 carat of White Diamond swirls brooch below?
Fine jewelry should be kept safe and insured. In my opinion, I think it is a “Must” to insure all sentimental and valuable jewelry as this can be added onto your Home Insurance policy.
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