Diamond Articles And Industry News

September 28, 2017

The most expensive watch in the world 2017

Luxury watches can command astronomical prices. The combination of the brand name, the value of the materials used and the labor and technology that goes into each piece creates this value. But with w...

September 26, 2017

How Much Can I Sell My Engagement Ring For?

Engagement rings are beautiful, wearable works of art. From the classic diamond solitaire to halo rings to wedding ring sets, they come in an endless variety of shapes, sizes, and designs. And while d...

September 25, 2017

Top 10 most expensive gemstones

Gemstones have played an integral part in human history. Treasured by kings and queens throughout the ages and believed to hold mystical powers, these precious stones can command sky-high prices. But ...

September 21, 2017

How to sell emeralds online

Highly coveted and rare, emeralds are one of the most valuable gemstones available due to their beauty and durability. This year, Harry Winston purchased an 18.04 carat emerald that once belonged to J...

September 20, 2017

How to sell sapphires online

Sapphires, which belong to the corundum gemstone family, are one of the most valuable types of gemstones in the world. Alongside rubies, emeralds, diamonds and amethysts, sapphires are known as ‘car...

September 18, 2017

How to start over after a divorce

Divorce certainly brings challenges, yet any life change brings the opportunity to start afresh. There are many ways in which you can rebuild your life after divorce, whether it be in your personal or...

September 7, 2017

How To Sell A Used Watch

You may own a luxury watch that you have never worn, or you may have worn it every single day for the past 20 years. Regardless, it will still be considered a “used watch” or a “secondhand watch...

August 31, 2017

Top 10 Most Expensive Diamonds 2017

While all diamonds are mined from the Earth, not all diamonds are created equal. Formed at 500km below the Earth’s crust, often over 3 billion years old, diamonds are created when carbon is subjecte...

August 29, 2017

Engagement ring upgrade inspiration

Engagement rings are symbols of love, fidelity, and mostly, a promise to marry your partner. However, it’s not a promise to keep the same engagement ring forever. Engagement rings are also a reflect...

August 25, 2017

Understanding Diamond Prices

Diamond prices can leave many feeling confused. With so many misconceptions about diamonds and how much they are worth, trying to understand how diamonds are valued and what makes diamonds valuable ca...

June 26, 2017

The History of Engagement Rings

An international symbol of love, engagement rings are popular throughout the world. But why is it that we wear engagement rings? And how did this seemingly age-old tradition start? Infographic cou...

June 23, 2017

How to Cope with a Broken Engagement

You started to plan your future together when… life happens.  An unforeseen broken engagement can be incredibly heartbreaking. Coping with this kind of loss can be challenging both emotionally and...

Diamond Articles: Cushion Cut Diamonds 


WHAT IS A CUSHION CUT DIAMOND?  The cushion cut diamond is rectangular or square in shape with rounded edges. Also known as “pillow-cut”, the name took inspiration from the cut looking like a pillow. This...

Jewelry Articles: Top 10 Most Popular Designer Jewelry Among Celebrities 


Celebrities influence the fashion landscape more than ever, with social media allowing their fashion choices to be increasingly accessible; it is easier than ever to find out what your favorite celebrities are ...

Diamond Articles: Top 4 Most Popular Ring Settings 


With so many different ring settings available, from pave to cathedral to bezel settings, it can be difficult to choose your favorite. For a complete breakdown of the different ring settings available, read ou...

Jewelry Articles: The 4 C’s Of Diamond Grading 


If you have ever bought or sold a diamond, you will likely have heard the term “the 4 C’s”. But what exactly are the 4 C’s and why are they important? In this article, we will take a closer look at the ...

Jewelry Articles: Top 10 Designer Jewelry Brands 2017 


Despite sky-high prices, the demand for high-end designer jewelry brands only continues to grow.  Leading market research firm, Euromonitor International, recently reported that 2017 is set to see a staggering...

Jewelry Articles: How Much Is My Emerald Worth? 


In June of 2017, Harry Winston purchased an 18.04-carat emerald ring once owned by the Rockefeller family for $5.5 million, setting a record for the most expensive per-carat emerald ever sold. This sale is re...

Diamond Articles: How Much Is My Diamond Worth? 


With so much conflicting information available on the worth of a diamond, establishing the value of your stone can feel like a daunting task. One of the most common questions we come across is “how much i...

Diamond Articles: How to Calculate Diamond Carat Weight 


Carat weight is one of the most important factors when looking to sell, buy, or evaluate a diamond. One of the 4 Cs of diamond grading, carat weight is a crucial attribute of your stone. If you do not know the ...

Jewelry Articles: Tips for Selling Tiffany Jewelry Online 


Founded in 1837, Tiffany & Co. has established itself throughout the last century and a half as an iconic and highly coveted jewelry brand. From engagement rings to pendants to gemstone pieces, selling you...

Founded in 1837, Tiffany & Co. has established itself throughout the last century and a half as an iconic and highly coveted jewelry brand. From engagement rings to pendants to gemstone pieces, selling your Tiffany jewelry online can be a hassle-free process. Read below for some tips that will ensure you have a smooth online sale:

First, let’s learn a bit more about Tiffany’s illustrious history:



In 1837, with a $1000 loan from his father, Charles Lewis Tiffany opened up a fancy goods store in New York with his friend John B. Young. The store gained quick notoriety among wealthy patrons. The store was revolutionary for having marked, firm prices on its goods and only accepting cash as opposed to credit, practices that were non popular at the time. In 1845, Tiffany’s first “Blue Book”, their mail order catalog printed in Tiffany’s signature baby blue cover, was sent out, and Tiffany began packing its items in their iconic blue boxes. By 1853, Charles Tiffany took control of the company, renamed it to “Tiffany & Company”, and refocused the business towards jewelry. Tiffany & Co. became more and more popular, recognized by the industry with multiple awards at World’s Fairs in the late 1800s and expanding its production internationally. In 1886, Tiffany first presented their engagement ring, a precursor to the engagement rings we use regularly today. Tiffany’s success only continued into the 20th century, with greater production and notoriety. Today, Tiffany continues to dominate the market, with hundreds of stores and growing sales.



If you are looking to sell your Tiffany jewelry, one of the first steps is to gather all information and paperwork you can find about your item, including any receipts, warranty cards, certificates of authenticity, information booklets, presentation boxes, and any appraisals or other certificates you may have. This paperwork can assist potential buyers in accurately pricing your item and can make the sale of your item a simpler, smoother process. Additionally, many buyers will pay a premium for the box and papers along with your item.

Still, if you do not have the box and papers for your Tiffany item, it is absolutely still possible to sell your piece. Though you may receive a slightly lower price than you would have with the box and papers, a satisfying and successful sale is still achievable. If you do not have any information regarding your Tiffany piece, the best thing to do is see if the item is still listed on the Tiffany website as this will detail all of the jewelry’s characteristics. Any information you can provide to a potential buyer will be helpful. Learn more about selling your Tiffany jewelry without box and papers.

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Selling your jewelry online is a more convenient, simpler way to sell your jewelry than finding a buyer locally. Oftentimes, selling online can help you get a better price for your good, as you have access to a larger market of potential buyers. Some of the most popular ways to sell your Tiffany jewelry online include:

  • Online auction sites – A popular option for many people is to sell their Tiffany pieces on websites like eBay or Craigslist. These websites offer user-friendly ways to list items. Still, selling on these websites can be time-consuming, and it can be very difficult to accurately price your item without knowledge and expertise about the designer jewelry market. Additionally, many dealers will search websites like eBay and Craigslist for good deals on jewelry from inexperienced sellers.
  • Online Auction House – There are many online auction houses that accept Tiffany jewelry, but only for extremely high value, rare pieces. While these online auction houses can seem convenient, the process is often lengthy with high fees and no guarantee of sale. Additionally, if the reserve is set low, someone may purchase your item at a bargain.
  • Online Specialist Buyer – Online specialist buyers such as WP Diamonds offer a quick, easy online service for selling your Tiffany items. The knowledge and expertise of these specialist buyers ensure you get the best price for your good.



It can sometimes feel daunting when trying to pick the right buyer. Some qualifications to keep in mind are:

  • Positive Reviews – One of the most important things to look at when assessing a potential buyer is others’ past experiences with them. A buyer with consistent negative reviews should be quickly avoided.
  • BBB Accreditation – BBB Accreditation can be a great way to ensure the legitimacy of your potential buyer. Check the company’s BBB rating and their past history.
  • No hidden fees – Many companies will charge unexpected fees. These fees are a red flag that the company may not have your best interests in mind.
  • Safe and Secure – Ensuring the security of your item and the safety of the transaction is of utmost importance. If you are mailing an item in, be sure the item is insured and the package is opened on camera. Be diligent while inquiring about the security of your jewelry.
  • Stable presence – A large company with years of buying experience is a less risky choice than a recently formed company with little presence.



WP Diamonds offers an easy, secure service for selling Tiffany and other designer jewelry, diamonds, and luxury watches. With an A+ rating from the BBB and excellent customer reviews, we offer a quick and transparent service with no fees.

Simply follow these five steps to have a satisfactory sale:

  1. Fill out the online form.
  2. A member of our team will be in touch shortly with an initial price range.
  3. Make an appointment or mail in your Tiffany jewelry via our free, fully insured FedEx Priority Overnight shipping.
  4. Receive your final offer.
  5. If you accept the final offer, you can get paid in as little as 24 hours. If you are not satisfied with the offer, we will return your item to you insured and free of charge.

We guarantee the safety, security, and privacy of your valuables


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