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Tips for Selling Watches

Sell Watches

Sell Watches Boca Raton

Like our other articles we have recently published, this one touches on how to sell watches in Boca Raton and other metropolitan areas. These days with the Internet it’s super easy to find what your luxury timepiece is selling for. However, what people are asking isn’t necessarily what they are getting. Plenty of watches are being listed online for 20k and selling for 15k which is a big difference. Rolex watches are the easiest to price and good dealers generally work on short margins in regards to Rolex. Why? Because they are super easy to sell. Off brand watches like some IWC watches, Ulysee Nardin Watches and many others can be more difficult to sell. Easiest to see include Patek Philippe, Rolex and Cartier. If your not in a situation where you need money going into a second hand shop and trading would be your best bet. If you need the money find a shop that specializes in second hand watches and pays on the spot.

Raymond Lee Jewelers Showroom: Boca Raton, FL

Raymond Lee Jewelers

Palms Plaza

22191 Powerline Road #12b
Boca Raton, FL 33433

Store Hours -Mon-Fri: 10-5,  Sat: 10-5

Raymond Lee Jewelers- Boca Raton, FL

Raymond Lee Jewelers - Boca Raton, FL

Raymond Lee Jewelers - Boca Raton, FL

Raymond Lee Jewelers - Boca Raton, FL

Feature Friday: Panther Two Tone by Cartier

Cartier Panther Small Two Tone Watch

Raymond Lee Jewelers: Feature Friday

At RaymondLeeWatches.com, you can find a variety of luxury watches for both men and women. Ranging in designs and decades of creation, browse the collection of pre-owned luxury watches that we are currently carrying.

On this Feature Friday, I present you with a classic two tone watch by Cartier. With a one year warranty and the signature panther two-tone bracelet, this lovely watch is deserving of a highlight!

Cartier W25029B6: RaymondLeeWatches.com

Specs!

Brand: CARTIER
Item #: W25029B6
Style: Panther
Size: Small
Case: Two tone stainless steel and 18K yellow gold
Dial Color:  White
Bracelet: Two tone stainless steel and 18K yellow gold
Clasp:        Double locking foldover clasp
Movement: Quartz
Crystal:           Sapphire
Case Diameter:   22 mm
Case Thickness:   6 mm

Browse other watches by Cartier on RaymondLeeWatches.com

A Totally Tubular Tuesday Begins With a Few Fantastic Photo Finds!

Totally Tubular Tuesday Photo Find #1

A carousel vintage capture of culture in photography.
Tumblr and Flickr image promotion and integration, I am digging your abilities more and more with each passing week.

Isn’t this a great photo?

This photo was taken yesterday.

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Totally Tubular Tuesday Photo find #2

Aline Zanella

Photo by Fabio Bartlelt

Criativa Magazine May 2011
Discovered on Trendland.net

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Totally Tubular Tuesday Photo Find #3

The Trifecta

Status: Compete

“Awesome swimwear line (along with some dresses & leggings) by an Australian design team We Are Handsome, who has a love for the beautiful things in life. I’m wanting to visit Australia more and more these days…”

-via Rumors Boutique: Blog Entry, ‘Memoirs’

*Thanks Again, Flickr and Tumblr!*

Your Photo Finds Have Brought Smiles to Minds and Eyes!

Alexandra

Raymond Lee Jewelers

Masculine Monday: Five Fashion Trends for Guys We Strongly Advise Against

Wear At Your Own Risk

Five Fashion Trends for Guys We Strongly Advise Against

Men's Leggings: SOLD OUT

Fashion is different for everybody, and nobody understands that better than a group of Jewelry Enthusiasts who cater to a variety of different tastes and preferences on a daily basis. When the Masculine Monday entries began, we wanted to be sure and ease the minds of men who were overwhelmed with the new demands of accessorizing, and new requirements of brightening your wardrobe that were somewhat forced on the male species throughout the past year.

In an effort to help explain that utilizing one statement piece of otherwise avoided fashion, such as celebrity-inspired shades or a pair of colored trousers, Masculine Monday posts began as an aid to open the minds of men used to monochromatic wardrobes with fear of the unknown… a bit of a boost. We’ve touched on a few awesome pieces of Spring and Summer 2011 fashion to consider, such as the unlined blazer, suede lace-up shoes and renewed henley tee’s for the boys to rock with confidence this Summer. Cuff-links, vintage style wristwatches and classic style (like that of Prince William) are still encouraged as fashionable additions and approaches to men’s appearance.

Skimming through the currently pushed trends through fashion media, I discovered something a bit frightening. We’ve not yet mentioned what to avoid. They say ‘you can’t always believe what you hear.’ Well, the same is true for what you read, of course. Particularly when what you’re reading is the simple comprehensive opinions of fashion professionals. Sometimes there’s a look that can take off, something that was worn down a runway in Milan that enough people embraced that it made fashion headlines. This can often lead to street fashion catastrophe.

Now, believe me, I adore Alexander McQueen. However, I would be prepared for a few cross eyed looks if I hopped in my car to work while sporting a big feathered lavender number with lace embellishments. For these designs, there’s a time and a place. That place is the runway, that time is when you’re a professional model.. or an A-list Actress. Since I have no plans to become either, chances are I probably won’t be frolicking around in some of my favorite McQueen gowns.

In the same sense, sometimes things should just never be worn. By anybody. No offense is intended for the designers of these pieces. Obviously many people enjoy them, and to each their own. This is all opinion, after all… So never take our advice, nor anybody else’s too seriously. If something feels right to you, wear it. Rock it. If you feel like you’re in costume before leaving the house, chances are you will feel that way throughout the evening.

That said, thank you for allowing us to share with you five specific men’s fashions that we simply cannot get on board with this Summer. Let us know what you think…

#1. Men’s Leggings

There’s been a surge in media support for jersey material fitted leggings. Not just for women, but for men as well. While I can get on board with a pair of 3/4 length leggings to work out or walk my dog in, for the life of me (and according to trusted opinion sources from both men and women) there seems to exist no possible event or situation where these fitted jersey leggings should be worn on men.

#1. Men's Leggings

Over the past few years, menswear has gotten consistently slimmer: skinny ties, then suits, then jeans. Now designers like Prada and Jean Paul Gaultier are applying the final squeeze, as men’s leggings (meggings, perhaps?) show up in their fall lines. Some feature stirrups, some are paired with gladiator-style tunics. All are shamelessly tight.Fashion Masochist: Men’s Leggings ‘For guys, “slim fit” has taken on a whole new meaning’ 

By Jason Feifer

#2. Overdone Retro Footwear

We love the surge of Converse vintage themed comeback kicks, like the old-fashioned high tops with an Americana twist. The DC collection of basketball homage is also worth a 2nd and 3rd viewing, as the sneakers look great in person. The new collections of Converse, DC’s and Doc Martens all share one common element, though. They aren’t forcing anything grandiose into their designs. They’re focusing on details that ultimately matter most when the finished product is worn, and this is probably why so many people are overjoyed by being able to wear their favorite footwear with a renewed appearance. The same cannot be said for the few pieces of extremely futuristic, Back to the Future based, bulky footwear that ironically titles itself as ‘retro.’

It’s a walking contradiction… Literally.

#2. Overdone 'Retro' Footwear

#3. The Chambray Scarf

This is certainly a battle that won’t be easy to win. These scarves first started popping up a good while ago, and they just keep multiplying, now popping out of pockets, worn under sweaters, inspiring the fabrics for tee’s and shorts, etc. Maybe this is just a personal thing, but I have to disagree with the statement of UrbanGent.com that the ‘chambray is an essential.’

No. It’s not an essential. Scarves are feminine. They just are, and no matter how you twist it or present it, they will always appear feminine…

…At least according to the majority of women that have been asked the opinion of.  *Just an FYI*

#3. The Chambray Scarf

#4. The Deep V-Neck

Never a supporter of the original V-Neck, I would proudly protest against the wearing of these designs by men in any Country, at any time. The result of the exaggerated low neckline makes it look like not only are you trying to reveal cleavage, but exposing your chest hair in the process. The shirt, itself, looks confused, even before it’s placed on a male body. Let’s be clear. No man’s body is made for this cut of a shirt. It’s just a bad idea…

#4: The Deep V-Neck

#5. The Man Purse

Actually, there are a few bags that are entirely men’s messenger bags. They have no feminine attributes, and look great with the right outfit to carry your notebook, ipod or other necessities in without feeling like you’re wearing a purse. For instance, this design is ready to fit a laptop, pens, a cellphone and plenty others without a hint of girly. The colors are workable with nearly any ensemble, and it’s… well, manly.

A Few Details:

These are few and far between. With so many man purses fluttering about, it’s easy to be reeled in by a bag that looks like a patent leather accessory. The only thing that could add to the misfortune of an emasculating man purse is dual disaster of something like a man purse/ bright trouser combo. Too much. Too bright. It’s just not right.

#5. The Man Purse

If anyone would like to offer up some feedback, some refute even, it is more than encouraged! I like to be proven wrong, and I’m truly interested as to how other girls/guys feel about these fashion fads. Thanks!

-Alexandra

Raymond Lee Jewelers

Patek Philippe Watches In Demand Raymond Lee Jewelers

If you are looking to buy, sell or trade a Patek Philippe watch in Boca Raton, Raymond Lee Jewelers in Boca Raton is your one stop shop. Raymond Lee Jewelers has a huge demand for complicated Patek Philippe watches in Florida. We buy Patek Philippe watches in Florida everyday. As well as Patek Philippe we are buying and selling all luxury watches in Boca Raton. Stop by and see one of our knowledgable sales associates for more details. Raymond Lee Jewelers on the corner of palmetto and powerline, on powerline in Palms Plaza where the Olive Garden restaurant is. 561-750-7808

Florida’s Largest Collection Of Pre-Owned Rolex Watches For Sale

Raymond Lee Jewelers has the largest collection of pre-owned Rolex watches for sale in Florida. Raymond Lee Jewelers located in Boca Raton has all the hard to get models in stock and ready for delivery in Boca Raton. 10 stainless steel Rolex Daytona’s in stock. All watches are refinished and overhauled on premises by our factory trained watchmaker. Feel good about buying a pre-owned Rolex watch in Florida. Buy from Raymond Lee Jewelers. All watches come with a one year warranty. Raymond Lee Jewelers takes trade in’s. Do you have a luxury pre-owned watch you would like to trade in. Bring it to one of Raymond Lee Jewelers knowledgable staff for a quote to trade in. Do you have a luxury watch you would like to sell out right? Raymond Lee Jewelers is the largest buyer of luxury watches in Florida. Visit Raymond Lee Jewelers Boca Raton location for more details. Or call 561-750-7808

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