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Sell Your Tiffany Jewelry

Last updated: October 16, 2017
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Welcome to Worthy, where we sell Tiffany jewelry on your behalf. These elegant, classic pieces deserve worthy offers, which is precisely what you will receive. Using our luxury auction platform found nowhere else, we attract hundreds of professional buyers to compete for your Tiffany jewelry. At Worthy, we go beyond simply listing your Tiffany item- we also clean, evaluate, and photograph it using advanced high-resolution imaging equipment to showcase it for auction. From start to finish, we are fully committed to getting you more money for your luxury items, and to ensuring the process is easy yet completely secure.  

Why Sell Tiffany With Worthy?

We believe there is value in convenience and we prove it by doing the legwork for you. With our services, there’s no need for you to spend valuable time searching for an appraiser, cleaning your jewelry, and photographing it well, never mind finding interested buyers; we do all these things for you. By using our services to sell Tiffany, interested, pre-screened international buyers will be drawn to your auction. We sell only to buyers who are willing to pay top dollar for the quality and reliability associated with Worthy. 

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Trust, transparency, and complete customer satisfaction are our most important values, which show in our 100% objective and expert-led evaluations and throughout the entire auction process. We hold a Secondhand Dealer's License issued by the New York City Department of Consumer Affairs and are proudly accredited by the Better Business Bureau (BBB). Additionally, when you sell Tiffany jewelry with us, you benefit from our partnerships: at no cost to you, we provide GIA grading reports that serve to enhance buyer trust and ensure that you receive the best possible value when selling your Tiffany. Because Tiffany jewelry is unique, we have partnered with the world's leader in diamond certification to provide the most accurate evaluation possible. With Worthy, you can rest assured that your transaction is being handled with expert care from start to finish. You also enjoy peace of mind in the knowledge that your valuables are fully insured while in transit and while being stored in our headquarters. Click here to see what our customers have to say. 



How to Sell Tiffany Jewelry Online with Worthy

  1. Describe your Tiffany jewelry and upload a few photos of it. Based on the provided information, we’ll conduct a market value analysis, resulting in a pre-auction estimate.
  2. We’ll provide you with a fully insured FedEx shipping label addressed to our headquarters. 
  3. When your Tiffany jewelry arrives we will photograph it and have it professionally graded at the GIA laboratory located near our offices. 
  4. The e-Diamond report and professional photos will be made available to you and the buyers interested in bidding on your Tiffany items. 
  5. All you have to do is sit back, relax, and watch the offers roll in with the live auction viewer. Approve the final bid, and the money is yours! 

How do We Get You the Highest Offer When Selling Tiffany Jewelry? 

  • Our unique auction platform, complete with highly trained professionals who will fairly value your Tiffany jewelry
  • Low overhead - low commissions
  • Professional photographs and descriptions tailored to sell Tiffany
  • GIA grading reports at no cost to you
  • Reputations as experts; the best in our field
Using Worthy was so easy, I felt very comfortable.
Sierra Fein · Happy Client

A Brief History of Tiffany Jewelry

Tiffany got its start in 1837, when Charles Lewis Tiffany, together with John B. Young, founded the first store as a “Stationery and fancy goods emporium” in New York City. The original shop was called Tiffany, Young, and Ellis, and offered a wide variety of items including stationery, porcelain, crystal, and artwork.  The company’s name was abbreviated to Tiffany & Company in 1853. At the same time, Charles Tiffany took the reins and remodeled the store. Though the new storefront emphasized jewelry, Tiffany continued to offer other in-demand luxury goods.

Since then, Tiffany jewelry has been sold at stores in major international cities. This prestigious line of jewelry includes almost everything imaginable; from gorgeous diamond engagement rings to classic earrings, luxurious bracelets and cocktail rings, and much more. 

Recently Sold Tiffany Items:


  • GIA 1.27 CT Round Cut Solitaire Ring
    SOLD $6,628

  • GIA 1.70 CT Emerald Cut Halo Ring
    SOLD $11,066

  • GIA 1.33 CT Cushion Cut Tiffany & Co. Halo Ring
    SOLD $6,868

What Factors Can Affect the Value of Tiffany?

Those who buy and sell Tiffany jewelry are familiar with factors that can affect its value. These include:
  • Age
  • Rarity
  • Condition
  • Popularity
Most Tiffany jewelry is quite valuable and is almost certain to provide an excellent return on your investment. 
 

Why Sell Tiffany Jewelry?

  • Why sell Tiffany? That’s an excellent question and the answer varies from one individual to the next. 
  • You can transform unwanted or unused jewelry into cash
  • It’s not difficult to sell Tiffany with Worthy
  • The market for Tiffany jewelry is strong
Excellent examples of Tiffany jewelry have recently sold for more than $250,000. If you’d like to sell Tiffany jewelry, you’ll most likely be astonished at the offers you receive with Worthy.



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Timeline

1837: Start of the Tiffany Story

Tiffany & Co. is created by Charles Lewis Tiffany and John B. Young (then known as Tiffany & Young, a stationery and fancy goods emporium at 259 Broadway in New York). All items were marked with a non-negotiable selling price, which was a first at that time. The first day’s sales total $4.98.

1837: Introduction of the Tiffany Blue Box

The well-known shade of blue was chosen to symbolize the company’s renowned reputation for quality and craftsmanship. The colour is well known globally and widely used on Tiffany & Co. boxes, catalogues, shopping bags, brochures and in their advertising mediums. Today, it has become Tiffany & Co’s trademark colour. No box can be taken out of a Tiffany & Co. store except with an article which has been sold by them. This adds to the exclusivity of the brand.

The tradition of the famed Tiffany Blue Box has endured over the years as its contents are unsurpassable in quality and design.

1845: The First Blue Book

The first ever Tiffany catalogue is published. This tradition still continues at present day.

1851: The Heritage of Tiffany Silver

Tiffany becomes the first American company to use the 925/1000 sterling standards which is later adopted as the United States Sterling Standard. Tiffany’s silver designs also start capturing attention worldwide.

1853: Tiffany & Co. is “Officially” Named

Charles Tiffany assumes control of the company and renames it.

1867: Tiffany & Co. at the Paris Exposition Universelle

Tiffany & Co becomes the first American firm to win an award for the excellence of its silverware.

1878: Presenting the Tiffany Diamond

Charles Tiffany purchases the Tiffany Diamond – one of the world’s largest and finest yellow diamonds. The stone is cut into 128.54 carats with 90 facets. Today, the diamond is seen by millions of customers on the first floor of Tiffany’s famed New York Store on Fifth Avenue.

The Tiffany Diamond graced the neck of Audrey Hepburn for publicity photos of the film Breakfast at Tiffany’s in 1961.

1886: The Famous Six Prong Setting

Tiffany introduces the 6-prong diamond solitaire engagement ring, which has played a part in some of the world’s greatest love stories ever since. Celebrated all over the world, this design maximizes the diamond’s brilliance by raising it up from the band and into the light.

1902: The “Tiffany Art Jewelry” Department is established

Louis Comfort Tiffany (son of Charles Lewis Tiffany), establishes the Tiffany Art Jewelry department to manufacture his innovative jewelry an enamels. He also becomes the company’s first official design director.

1926: U.S Government accepts Tiffany’s standard for Platinum

Tiffany’s standard of purity becomes the official standard for platinum.

1940: Move to Fifth Avenue

Tiffany’s headquarters move to Fifth Avenue at 57th Street in New York City.

1950: Breakfast at Tiffany’s

The best-selling novel by Truman Capote, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, is published. Holly Golightly, a character in the book, becomes one of fiction’s celebrated personalities. The movie, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, was released in 1961 by Paramount, starring Audrey Hepburn.

1963: San Francisco opening

Tiffany & Co. opens a store in San Francisco. This is the company’s first domestic store outside of New York.

1972: Tiffany & Co. opens in Japan

Tiffany & Co. expands overseas with the opening of a Tiffany boutique in the Mistukoshi Department Store in Japan.

1986: Tiffany & Co. opens in London

A store is opened on Bond Street in London, initiating the company’s foray into the European market.

1987: Shares trading on the New York Exchange

Tiffany & Co. offers its stock for trading on the New York Stock Exchange.

1987: Turning 150

Tiffany celebrates its 150th Anniversary. Retrospectives of Tiffany silver and jewelry are held at various museums across America.

1996: Tiffany & Co. Opens in Tokyo

Tiffany opens a flagship store in Tokyo’s prestigious Ginza district.

1999: Introducing LucidaTM

Tiffany unveils its newest engagement ring 114 years after introducing the classic 6-prong setting. The setting is a jeweler’s tour de force, a modern masterpiece and also a Tiffany original.

2000: The Tiffany & Co. Foundation

The Tiffany & Co. Foundations aims to allow the company to broaden its scope of corporate giving efforts. This includes grants to nonprofit organizations dedicated to the education and preservation of the arts and environmental conservation. Some projects include the New York Restoration Project and the World Wildlife Fund.

2003: Tiffany Legacy

Tiffany introduces the Legacy collection which features diamond engagement rings and wedding bands. Inspired by Edwardian designs from other Tiffany archives, the patented cushion-cut center stone is surrounded by exquisitely bead-set diamonds for a look that evokes glamor of an earlier time. The collection has grown over time to include earrings, pendants and bracelets.

2007: The Tiffany Novo

Tiffany Novo – a brilliant cushion-cut creation with spirit, fire and style – is introduced. Inspired by the famous 128.54 Tiffany Diamond, this ring gives nod to the past and a glimpse of the future.

2007: Tiffany opens at 37 Wall Street

The 25-storey building was built in 1907. Tiffany embarks on an extensive restoration project to preserve the beauty of the original building.

2008: Opening of first Patek Philippe Salon in the US

Tiffany opens the first Patek Philippe Salon on the mezzanine of the Fifth Avenue flagship store. This serves as the grand and permanent home of the rarest and most complicated timepieces in North America and is the culmination of a 157-year partnership between Philippe and Tiffany.

2009: Launch of the Tiffany keys

Tiffany launches its magical collection of Key pendants.

2012: 175 years of legacy

Tiffany celebrates its 175th anniversary. The Tiffany Diamond is reset in honor of the company’s 175th anniversary.

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    zed jewelry, Tiffany continued to offer other in-demand luxury goods.

    Since then, Tiffany jewelry has been sold at stores in major international cities. This prestigious line of jewelry includes almost everything imaginable; from gorgeous diamond engagement rings to classic earrings, luxurious bracelets and cocktail rings, and much more. 

    Recently Sold Tiffany Items:


    • GIA 1.27 CT Round Cut Solitaire Ring
      SOLD $6,628

    • GIA 1.70 CT Emerald Cut Halo Ring
      SOLD $11,066

    • GIA 1.33 CT Cushion Cut Tiffany & Co. Halo Ring
      SOLD $6,868

    What Factors Can Affect the Value of Tiffany?

    Those who buy and sell Tiffany jewelry are familiar with factors that can affect its value. These include:
    • Age
    • Rarity
    • Condition
    • Popularity
    Most Tiffany jewelry is quite valuable and is almost certain to provide an excellent return on your investment. 
     

    Why Sell Tiffany Jewelry?

    • Why sell Tiffany? That’s an excellent question and the answer varies from one individual to the next. 
    • You can transform unwanted or unused jewelry into cash
    • It’s not difficult to sell Tiffany with Worthy
    • The market for Tiffany jewelry is strong
    Excellent examples of Tiffany jewelry have recently sold for more than $250,000. If you’d like to sell Tiffany jewelry, you’ll most likely be astonished at the offers you receive with Worthy.