Doyle's next New York jewellery sale could offer you a great opportunity...


2015-06-26 12:26:08


Doyle's next New York jewellery sale could offer you a great opportunity...

As gold and diamond values go up, auctions like this are perfect for new alternative investors

Jewellery created by the premier designers in the industry will go under the hammer on Thursday June 23 at Doyle, New York.

The auction will feature a vast collection of fine rings, necklaces, earrings and bracelets, produced by companies like Van Cleef and Arpels, Cartier, Tiffany and Co. and Bulgari.

Standout pieces among the glittering lots include a Platinum Leaf Clip, made-up of 56 diamonds, which could sell for as much as $9,000.

Designed by Cartier, this Platinum clip is a steal at $9,000

For an item of this quality, made by a name as respected as Cartier, that is an attractive price tag. Other Cartier pieces have sold for much higher prices recently.

Another interestingly designed piece is a White Gold, Black Onyx and Diamond Necklace, with an elegant cross-stitch style which shows off its 88 gems well. Striking and bold, it is priced at between $4,000-6,000.

If diamonds are not your thing, then there is still plenty on offer for any collector of fine jewellery to be interested in. With gold becoming rarer and more valuable, $4,000-6,000 for a Van Cleef and Arpels Gold and Sapphire Necessaire is a good price, and is an item that will certainly increase in value as the market becomes stronger.

Gold pieces like this David Webb buckle provide strong investments for the future

An even more impressive piece comes in the form of a Gold Lion Head Belt Buckle, with its exceptional level of detail. Produced by David Webb, it is a piece designed to be noticed.

Given the fact that during the last few years the worth of Gold and Diamonds has significantly increased, prices like this provide new collectors with a chance to invest in jewellery which will become more valuable in future.

There is even strong evidence to suggest that investing in items like this could give a better return on your money than stocks and shares...

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