It is true that Pawnbrokers love jewellery. Gold jewellery is easier to sell not just because it is cheaper at a pawn shop but because pawn shops are great places to find expensive brands at low prices. Pawnbrokers pay top dollar for top designer brand jewellery. Here is a list of jewellery designers and brands who make elegant and timeless pieces that Pawnbrokers are always looking for. These designers come from diverse backgrounds but they all managed to make their mark and created marks that have delighted many jewellery lovers for centuries.

  1. Bulgari

Bulgari is an Italian brand created by Sotirios Bulgaria. Sotirios was originally from Italy but in 1881, he moved to Rome. Bulgaria adopted the iconic Italian Serpenti design, which consists of a gem-encrusted watches and jewellery created to look like a coiling snake.

The Bulgari brand is not only famous for its jewellery but it is famous for watches, fragrances, hotels – it is generally associated with opulence.

Elizabeth Taylor is known to have had a great love for jewellery. Her love for diamonds is legendary and she loved and owned a collection of custom-made, one of a kind jewellery made by Bulgari. Her famous Serpenti bracelet was  displayed the designer’s 125th anniversary exhibition. There are few high-end Pawnbrokers that will offer cash of Bulgari jewellery and they tend to have a select kind of clientele.

  1. Cartier

Cartier was founded in 1847 by the famous French Louis-François Cartier. The designer grew to be one of the most sought-after jewellery designers in the world and it opened stores all across the globe.  Cartier became famous for how his designed featured prominent gemstones and the exclusive use of precious metals. In 1947, Cartier designed his iconic Panthère brooch. The broach is shaped like a panther an is covered with diamonds. It became so popular it became the symbol of the Cartier design house. Each year, a new Panthère piece is created.

  1. Chanel

Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel founded her ground breaking design house in the 1900s. Chanel’s jewellery is designed to accompany the Brand’s iconic masculine and feminine clothing design styles. Chanel’s designs are simple yet elegant. The Chanel collection features pieces like long strand necklaces, diamond encrusted broaches and elegant architectural diamond jewellery pieces. Chanel is popular with actresses and has been famously worn by actresses like Marilyn Monroe and Kiera Knightly.

  1. Dior

Christian Dior did not start off as a jewellery brand. Like Chanel, Dior started to create jewellery to complement it’s fashion line. The designer is popular for its glamorous rose-themed jewellery. Dior’s signature style puts a feminine spin on what would be masculine designs.

  1. Hèrmes

Hermès is another French designer that did not start out as a jewellery design house. The brand has a wide range of luxury goods from silk scarves to leather luggage and diamond jewellery. The thing about Hermès is that it eschews factory production that make large mass goods. It had become more exclusive and it is this exclusivity that makes it next to impossible to come across Hermès jewelley in a pawnshop. To can get great offers from a pawnshop if you have exclusive designer  brands.

  1. Piaget

Piaget is a luxury Swiss brand founded by George’s Piaget in 1874. It is famous for its luxury watch designs that feature enamel work and gemstones exquisitely.  The Piaget brand of jewellery an watches is know for its old Hollywood, classic rose-inspired style.

  1. Tiffany

Tiffany is a brand founded in New York around 1897. The founder, Charles Lewis Tiffany established the brand as an Art Deco and Art Nouveau designs. The famous Tiffany’s design is the solitaire engagement rings. The rings have popular motifs of the lock and key design. This is featured in bracelets, earrings, pendants as well as brooches. Tiffany is regarded as a classic American brand and has been worn by style icons like Jacqueline Kennedy and Greta Garbo.

If you have jewellery from any of these designers selling it might be hard but a Pawn shop provides an option for you to get a loan against the jewellery and to redeem it when you pay your loan back plus interest. You don’t have to sell and lose these precious jewellery