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What We Buy
From Tiffany Charms to Diamonds by the Yard, we make selling Tiffany jewelry easy, stress-free
Our appraisers are specialists in Tiffany collections and are prepared to offer you the best price anywhere.
How to Sell Your Tiffany Jewelry
We designed our service to make selling Tiffany jewelry as safe and easy as possible. Our simple 4-step process gives you transparency into our system, every step of the way. Discover how we empower you to earn the most money back from your jewelry.
Our Trusted Network of Jewelry Buyers
ThingsWeBuy has spent years building relationships with professional jewelry buyers around the country who reflect our values of honesty, responsibility and high payments to customers. To take advantage of our buyer network, all you have to do is:
- Request your Free Appraisal Kit
- Send in your Jewelry
- Relax and wait for your offer
Once your appraisal is complete and your offer is finalized, you’ll receive an email with your offer and a transparent breakdown of the details.
How Do You Calculate My Offer?
Once your jewelry arrives at our secure facility, our team of experts will carefully appraise your items based on:
- Recent purchase prices for similar items
- The quality of your stones based on the 4C's
- The amount of precious metals in your jewelry
With a national network of diamond and jewelry buyers, GIA-trained appraisers, and state-of-the-art technology, no other jewelry buyer can match the value we provide.
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What is My Tiffany Jewelry Worth?
The value of Tiffany jewelry is affected by the piece's age, rarity, condition and popularity. To make sure your jewelry keeps its value, keep your pieces in a lined jewelry box to prevent damage. Blemishes like scratches or scuffs can lead to a reduced value. Also, keeping your original Tiffany Blue Box and documentation from your purchase will enhance the value of your jewelry.
The Story of Tiffany Jewelry
Tiffany got its start in 1837 when Charles Lewis Tiffany, the brand’s founder, opened the first Tiffany store in New York City as a "stationery and fancy goods emporium." After deciding to focus on designing and selling jewelry in 1853, the company took on its now-famous brand "Tiffany & Company" or "Tiffany & Co." Since then, the Tiffany & Co brand has come to mean elegance and attention to detail. Jewelry lovers the world over know the exceptional quality of Tiffany Jewelry.
The "Tiffany Blue Box"
Every Tiffany purchase comes in a unique box colored a beautiful shade of blue. This color has come to be known as "Tiffany Blue." The color and box were designed by the founder of Tiffany & Co, Charles Lewis Tiffany. One of the secrets to the popularity of the Tiffany Blue Box is that there is only one way to get one—buying a piece of Tiffany Jewelry!