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Have $38M To Spare? Pink Diamond For Sale.- Buy Sell Diamond

Buy Sell Diamond

Buy Sell Diamond

Colored diamonds have become quite popular over the years, Red Diamondyellow canary diamonds and of course the celebrity favorite pink diamonds. On November 16th one of the most magnificent examples of a pink diamond will be auctioned off at Sotheby’s “Magnificent Jewels” auction in Geneva, Switzerland. What sets this apart from other pink diamonds is the fact that it is expected to sell for $27-38 million dollars! An outstanding price even for high quality colored diamonds.

The 24.78-carat fancy intense diamond is from Canada and was last on the marker 60 years ago. The diamond comes from a private collector who has kept thier identity a secret. The diamond has a emerald cut and has gently rounded corners and can be graded internally flawless after re-polishing. If sold this diamond will likely break the record as the most expensive diamond ever sold.

Other rare diamonds will be auctioned off on November 16th such as rare and beautiful blue and green diamonds. Buy Sell Diamond.

-Carlos at Raymond Lee Jewelers

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The Miami Beach Antique Jewelry & Watch Show- Jewelry Trade Fair

Jewelry Trade Fair

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Miami is know for its beautiful beaches and its beautiful people but for a couple of days in October it will be known for its beautiful jewelery! The 18th Annual Miami Beach Antique Jewelry & Watch Fair is set to open to the public October 15–17 at the Miami Beach Convention Center. Jewelers and the public will have unprecedented rare access to some of the world’s most impressive antique and watch collections.  Show hours are from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 15, and Saturday, Oct. 16, and 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 17. There is a one-time admission fee of $15 that’s valid for all three days of the show.

Raymond Lee Jewelers will be heading south and attending the Miami Beach Antique Jewelry & Watch fair along with more than 100 dealers from various countries around the world. We will be bringing plenty of new, pre-owned and estate jewelery as well as luxury watches all at discounted prices to the show, so be sure to stop by our booth. There will be gemstones, pearls, signed pieces, cameos, brooches and many items previously owned by celebrities and royalty that will be available for this three day event. Modern, antique and vintage time pieces from Bulova, Rolex, Mavado, Waltham, Hublot and others will be present as well. Jewelry Trade Fair.

Raymond Lee Jewelers will be there all three days at booth # 2511 showcasing our beautiful pieces.

-Carlos at Raymond Lee Jewelers

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John Hardy Rantai Bracelet- Buy Sell Jewelry

Buy Sell Jewelry

Buy Sell Jewelry

John Hardy Jewelry Company was founded in 1989 by Canadian designer John Hardy. Known for bringing southeast Asian designs and ancient jewelry techniques to the western market. John Hardy traveled to Bali and worked with local artisans to create extraordinary design concepts with traditional Balinese techniques.  This infusion of Asian artistry into quality jewelry allowed John Hardy to have explosive growth here and abroad.

While many jewelery companies claim to work with foreign jewelry designers, John Hardy has taken it a step further and actually has design studios in Bali, Indonesia. Many of there pieces are made by hand in Bali and have designs reflecting the natural surroundings of where they are created. For example the new Kali Line is named from the Balinese word for river and has many smooth designs that reflect the river stones that are common in Balinese rivers.

There are four traditional Balinese jewelry-making techniques that John Hardy uses: rantai (woven chain), tenun (woven mesh) jawan (granulation) and ukiran (cut work). If you click on the picture above you will be directed to beautiful example of a John Hardy gents rantai bracelet that is also for sale! Rantai is often used for bracelets and necklaces that are woven in a process that tends to take several days. After these pieces are woven, heat and hammering are used to shape the pieces. Signature clasps or gemstones are added to the pieces to create a finished work of art. Newer pieces incorporate tenun, a technique that weaves silver into a fine mesh or a complex chain and then uses jawan to flatten the metal.

We here at Raymond Lee Jewelers strive to find the most exceptional John Hardy pieces and offer them to you at the lowest prices. We buy sell jewelry.

-Carlos at Raymond Lee Jewelers

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Diamonds: Not Just a Girls Best Friend in Boca Raton

The birthstone for the month of April is Diamond.  The hardest substance known to man.  In fact the word diamond comes from the Greek word adamas, which means unbreakable.  The first diamond was discovered in India during the 9th century B.C.  India was the worlds only source for diamonds until the year 1725 when diamonds were first discovered in Brazil.  Since then diamond deposits have been found in South Africa, Australia,  Russia, Canada and even the United States of America just to name a few of the nations that produce diamonds for the global market.  Despite the fact that diamonds seem to be found all over the world very few are actually worthy of being considered gem quality.

Here at Raymond Lee Jewelers  in Boca Raton, Florida, we have a large selection of diamonds in all sizes.  We pride ourselves in having the best selection of stones in all sizes and the best quality.  We also have a strong selection of Canary, Champagne, and even Chocolate diamonds.  We have a beautiful assortment of mountings.  If you have a diamond and would like to change the setting our design specialist is on hand for a free consult.  Just call Richard to make and appointment.  Looking forward to working with you soon.-

Richard

The Jewelry Guru 🙂

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Know your worth! : An Experts guide to jewelry appraisals in Boca Raton

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One of my responsibilities here at Raymond Lee Jewelers is working with insurance companies to assist their clients when filing a claim in the event their jewelry is lost or stolen.  Most people only provide their insurance company with the proper appraisals when they initially purchase the item or are changing companies.  What happens after that?  In most cases nothing.  The insurance companies over time increase the coverage amount accounting for inflation and the client continues to pay for the additional coverage.  What happens when the stock market plummets and gold prices soar, or a new diamond mine is discovered in Canada, and how about when there is no more tanzanite left in the mine.  The insurance companies have no idea how to account for these fluctuations, and that’s where I come in.

Recently, I have had an influx in claims and because these factors were not accounted for each and every client was under-insured for their merchandise.  Try telling a woman of 65 years old that her precious wedding ring bought for her by her late husband cannot be replaced without an additional five thousand dollars because her coverage was based on a jewelry appraisal from 1982.  It is far from the highlight of my day.  So what can we do about this epidemic of insurance companies getting rich off of your premiums and then in your hour of need when you need them the most they fall short.  You should have your appraisals updated every few years.  Our state-of-the-art jewelry appraisal software assists me in making your appraisals as accurate as possible.  My informational database compiles pricing guidelines from across the country and accounts for fluctuations in the market such as changes in precious metal prices, colored stone pricing and availability.  To schedule an appointment feel free to call us at 561-750-7808.

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