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From May 2nd to 4th, Scheherazade Jewelers will be hosting the store’s much-anticipated Great Estate Jewelry Event. This season’s spring estate jewelry sale marks the fourth event of its kind at Scheherazade Jewelers. With the help of Geolat & Associates (Scheherazade Jewelers’ estate jewelry partner) this bi-annual event (also scheduled each November) gets bigger and better each time Patti Geolat and her business partner Kate Peterson come to the Galleria.
As with each scheduled event, Great Estate Jewelry Event customers have the opportunity to sell, trade and buy estate jewelry (or jewelry available from the store’s wide selection of cutting-edge designers). Here’s how the “trade, sell, and buy” event works. If you have some heirloom jewelry that has been neglected for many years, or you’re just not wearing the jewelry purchased in recent years, bring it in during this event to assess its value. Customers can trade in their old jewelry to purchase jewelry from the estate sale or Scheherazade Jewelers’ jewelry. Another option is to simply sell unwanted jewelry. Or, just stop by and purchase items that event coordinators refer to as “jewelry looking for a new home.”
This spring season’s Great Estate Jewelry Event will be Scheherazade Jewelers’ biggest yet. Literally hundreds of estate jewelry items will completely fill the center island display cases of the store. Customers can see a wide range of estate pieces from antique and period jewelry to hard-to-find and one-of-a-kind treasures. In addition to showcasing numerous estate pieces, this season’s Great Estate Jewelry Event will feature one of the largest collections of cameo jewelry in the country.
The Great Eight from Kate
Henry Dunay Earrings. “ I love these because they are platinum and 18K yellow gold, and because they are one of Henry’s iconic, classic designs; the kind of pure class you can wear every day. Neiman Marcus sold these for $5000. This pair, never worn, is a spectacular value at $2,200!”
Speaking of Henry Dunay. “This ring feels absolutely exquisite to wear. It’s Dunay’s classic Sabi finish in a wide, graceful design, set with the very best diamonds. If you love detail, the inside gallery is nearly as beautiful as the outside! The retail price is $4,980.”
One-of-a-Kind Beauty. “This hand-crafted pendant features a diamond angel holding a diamond baby. This 1.14 carat (total carat weight) pendant comes complete with a moving story about a family that was expecting one baby but was blessed with two. What could be more perfect for Mother’s Day? The retail price is $3,990.”
Intricate and Delicate. “This vintage necklace looks like a wearable painting. Inlaid opal settings holding lustrous natural pearls are crafted into an 18K gold chain. I’ve never seen another like it! The retail price is $2,400.”
Black Beauties. “Tahitian black pearls are among the rarest gifts of nature. Chosen by Mikimoto as nature’s finest have a deep, these rich lustrous pearls are reminiscent of the French Polynesian twilight. Beautifully matched and comfortably wearable for day or evening. The retail price is $4,000.”
Purple Power. “It’s great to find a vintage piece that showcases today’s hottest colors — think Radiant Orchid, Pantone’s Color of the Year for 2014. An elegant amethyst set in silver and surrounded by inlaid opal is paired with a unique amethyst and adventurine bead chain. This one definitely deserves a new home! The retail price is $600.”
Going Platinum. “There’s nothing like the symmetry of an art deco design. This platinum ring is exquisitely made, showcasing a brilliant 3/4-carat diamond in a classic design that is intricate and feminine. The retail price is $5,000.”
Angel Angle. “Among the oldest pieces in our fabulous cameo collection, this lavalier necklace has an almost ethereal feeling. The single tone carving is purely white, and the 18K gold reminds me of angel wings. The natural pearl drop adds an element of elegance and balance. The retail price is $1,500.”