What’s Old Is New

By: Jeffrey M. Bertman Graduate GemologistIf the fashion runways are any indication, vintage jewelry (particularly Victorian – era style) is making a big splash. For those fortunate enough to already have antique pieces in their collections, this is very good news. They can choose to either wear their old jewelry as is or have it refurbished. Others may want to purchase estate jewelry or transfer gemstones from unused pieces into quality reproductions. This is a particularly good option for those with sapphires, rubies, emeralds, and other colored gemstones who want a quality antique setting befitting the value of their fine gemstones. what’s old is new Art Deco, one of the most popular and enduring of jewelry styles, has given birth to flamboyant and playful motifs that are truly worth exploring.See our outstanding selection of beautiful offerings at 1402 Hancock Street, Quincy Center. Or reach us at 617-773-3636 or www.rogersjewelry.com


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