Heirloom Jewelry to Give and Receive

Heirloom Jewelry to Give and Receive

Of course, heirloom jewelry is not only great to give but to receive. When you receive a piece of jewelry that has been in your family for eons; it may not be exactly your style; however there are ways to turn this sentimental piece into something that you will wear often.

Heirloom Jewelry that isn’t Right for You

In the first place, if you have received something ornate that isn’t your taste; you should speak to a jeweler. At Peter Suchy Jewelers, we have experience working with our customers in bringing an old piece of jewelry to a new life.

Another thing to keep in mind is you can always turn a pair of earrings into a pendant, change a ring into a pendant or take diamonds and gemstones out of an heirloom piece and turn it into something fantastic.

Choosing Heirloom Jewelry

Meanwhile, if you are sentimental and prefer a piece of jewelry with a story behind it; we have many pieces in our showroom from different time periods. To learn more about the various time periods in fine jewelry;  be sure to visit our Fine Jewelry Historic Roots post.

From K. Goldschmidt jewelers, this style used old-world techniques to design jewelry that has stood the test of time. At the same time, this exquisite cross features 5 round cut Diamonds on is 14k reproduction Victorian 14k yellow gold filigree cross necklace.

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Heirloom Jewelry to Give and Receive

When you are looking to surprise someone with a special piece of jewelry; this Art Deco Estate Pendant is perfect. From Dilamina Designs, this 18k white gold pendant features an 8 sided Art Deco design, 31 Round Diamonds, and 31 fancy cut Sapphires.

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Heirloom Jewelry to Give and Receive

Moreover, heirloom jewelry typically has a story behind it which makes it that more special. Whether it is a piece you inherited or a piece bought for you; you want to make sure this piece is insured. To learn more, be sure to visit our Important Jewelry Information post so you keep these pieces intact for future generations.