Scheherazade to Host The Madison Estate Collection Jewelry Event, from Wednesday, January 31 to Sunday, February 4
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While the nation is preparing for the biggest tailgating party of the year for Super Bowl LII, Scheherazade has its own game plan that week. The Galleria-based jewelry store will be hosting a five-day estate jewelry event with The Madison Estate Collection.
About The Madison Estate Collection
It’s a good sign when the founding members’ combined years of industry experience is greater than most of the estate it buys and sells. Founded in 2007 by four industry colleagues with similar interests, in just over a decade the company has risen in prominence as one of the leading sources of estate, antique and period jewelry in the country. The Madison Estate Collection’s team of certified experts located in “Jewelers’ Row” in Philadelphia, PA, sources jewelry from all over the country.
One-of-a-kind Sapphires and Fine Gems
The Madison Estate Collection’s tagline “Where Yesterday’s Sparkle Brightens Today” speaks volumes to the company’s approach to finding breathtaking, one-of-a-kind pieces of estate jewelry. It takes years of training and expertise to source, identify and prepare treasures of the past for a renewed lifetime of enjoyment. The Madison Estate Collection brings together a diverse range of jewelry from many defining periods in history. And, the collection of jewelry for this Super Bowl of estate jewelry events is handpicked exclusively for Scheherazade’s customers.
Defining Estate Jewelry
People are drawn to estate jewelry for many reasons chief among them unique designs and Old World craftsmanship. But what is the difference between estate jewelry, antique and period jewelry? Estate jewelry is defined as fine jewelry that has been previously owned. It is estimated that most estate jewelry is about 20 to 150 years old. Antique jewelry is 100 years or older. And, period jewelry are pieces that are from an identifiable period in history, such as the Victorian Period.
Vintage, Timeless, Treasures
The Victorian Period is the lengthiest of historical periods that runs the span of Queen Victoria’s reign from 1837 to 1901. Art Nouveau’s influence (1980 to 1910) overlaps with the Late Victorian Period. The Edwardian Period’s span of influence was even shorter (1901 to 1910), while Art Deco (1920 to 1940) was influential for two decades, but had a profound impact on any object with a design element to it – from architecture to jewelry.
Rare, Exquisite Jewels
The allure and appeal of estate jewelry has many aspects to it. But, the enduring passion all estate, period and antique jewelry enthusiasts share is the outstanding value proposition. Prices for fine estate, period and antique jewelry from The Madison Collection start at $500. Mark your calendars for this five-day event, starting on Wednesday, January 31. Experience The Madison Collection and the rare of one-of-a-kind treasures curated just for this event.