Estate Jewelry & Antique Jewelry | We are an Estate & Antique Jewelry Dealer dealing in fine quality antique and estate jewelry. If you are looking for something particular in estate jewelry to buy or if you have a fine antique or estate jewelry piece you would like to sell, please do not hesitate to contact us with your request or question. We are happy to help in any way we can with your specific estate jewelry need.
Antique Jewelry & Estate Jewelry | We also take estate jewelry or other quality antique jewelry on consignment. Jewelry Consignment may be the best of all options when trying to sell a piece you no longer want or need. However, we explain every option you have with regard to selling your particular jewelry item . . . worst and best, whether to us or someone else. After visiting with us, you will know exactly which option is best for you. We truly do try to help you in the sale of your estate jewelry or any other jewelry piece . . . whether we make a penny or not. Call or visit and discover why we are unlike any other jeweler.Our Estate Jewelry Services are warm and personal . . . and as stated on our opening page and others, we hope to earn the confidence and trust necessary to become your "Personal Jeweler". If you have any questions about estate jewelry, antique jewelry or our consignment jewelry program, please don't hesitate to call The Ross Jewelry Company in Atlanta, Georgia.
Important Note | Please call or email us for an appointment prior to visiting with any of your antique or estate jewelry pieces.
Estate Jewelry Periods | For those of you who are seeking information about estate jewelry and period pieces, we offer the following information on specific periods and styles.
Georgian (1698-1830’s) - Motifs consisted of bows, hearts, floral sprays, garlands, ribbons, birds, and stars, and featuring garnets, diamonds and pearls.
Victorian (1837 – 1901) - Refers to a period of time encompassing the reign of England's Queen Victoria. The Victorian era is generally broken down into three phases, Early Victorian 1837 - 1850, Mid-Victorian 1850 - 1875, and Late Victorian 1875 - 1901.
Revivalist Jewelry (1850-1900) - Jewelry pieces reviving ancient or period styles and techniques, produced throughout the last half of the nineteenth century.
Art Nouveau (1890’s-1910) - A free flowing curved revolutionary style of jewelry, featuring delicate enamels and non-precious materials in the characteristic motifs of women with long flowing hair, bats, morning glories, and dragonflies.
Rococo (1900-1950’s) - Early to mid-nineteenth century design style featuring
curved lines and shell, scroll and foliage motifs.
Again, please don't hesitate to contact us if you have any questions at all about estate jewelry, consignment jewelry, or our consignment jewelry program.
IMPORTANT NOTE : Please call us prior to visiting or shipping anything to us. Consignment consultations are done by appointment only and we
typically only consider major pieces of jewelry for our consignment program. You are always welcomed to email pictures and paperwork of anything you might
want us to consider. Again, if you have any questions about selling your jewelry or jewelry consignment, please don't hesitate to call or email The Ross Jewelry Company in Atlanta, Georgia.