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How to Shop for Pre-Owned Tiffany & Co. Jewelry

Updated: Mar 4, 2022

There’s no question at all that Tiffany & Co. makes the most beautiful jewelry in the world. Their engagement rings are legendary, and with world class designs from such fashion geniuses as Elsa Peretti, Jean Schlumberger and Paloma Picasso, their jewelry goes well beyond rings. If you’re looking for Tiffany & Co. jewelry, you may be interested in finding a way to acquire some at a more affordable price. Tiffany & Co. jewelry holds value very well, so don’t expect miraculously lower prices but here are some tips when you go in search of pre-owned Tiffany & Co. jewelry.

Make Sure You Buy from a Licensed Jewelry Buyer

There are a number of people who buy and sell jewelry but do so outside of the scope of government oversight. We recommend you never buy from anyone who isn’t a licensed jewelry buyer. Licensed jewelry buyers are required to submit to government oversight when it comes to purchasing jewelry and reselling it. This level of protection ensures your preowned Tiffany & Co. jewelry purchase is fully paid for and that the correct steps have been followed to ensure legal transfer of ownership.

Make Sure You Buy from Someone Knowledgeable

Remember that Tiffany & Co. jewelry is uniquely valuable in the jewelry world. Unfortunately, that means there are sometimes unscrupulous people who sell unauthentic items to unsuspecting buyers. An experienced jeweler has what it takes to recognize a fake, and that’s what you need. Go to a jeweler like us. We’re a third generation jeweler with more than three decades of experience and generations of influence. We buy thousands of dollars’ worth of jewelry every single week, and we know what makes a Tiffany a Tiffany.

We’re conveniently located in downtown San Diego, and if you’d like to look at our inventory of pre-owned Tiffany & Co. jewelry, we invite you to stop by. One of our GIA Accredited Jewelry Professionals would be happy to help you find the perfect Tiffany & Co. brooch, necklace, ring, or other piece of jewelry. We’re in the Gaslamp District and we’ve love the opportunity to help you get started.

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