Top 5 Jewelry With High Reserve Value & Tiffany is First

Now 09 Christmas is just around the corner and people are all busy buying presents for their families and friends. Then what kind of presents should we buy? Many of us may choose jewelry, for their elegance and quality. And what’s more, jewelry has very high preserve value. However, there are so many brands of jewelry and which has the highest reserve value? The following are the top 5 pieces of jewelry with high reserve value.

The fifth one is the Mokimoto pearl necklace from Akoya. Its style is simple, which is required by those pearls of best quality. However, its cross design makes people think a lot. Pearls and diamonds, one shows conservativeness, and the other one represents oomph.

The fourth one is the Harry Winston earrings of Diamond de Neige. The earrings were inspired by snowflakes and decorated by diamonds. When shining in the light, the MONTBLANC NJ earrings would remind you of the snow flying in winter. And also, the dissymmetric two earrings add more elegance to themselves.

Mont Blanc of La Dame Blanche is a platinum ring with beautiful diamonds. These rings represent the classic beauty. The ring with black jaspers among diamonds shows some kind of energy, while the other one with only pure diamonds has the beauty of silence. These two rings are very suitable for couples.

Many people may know the leopard Cartier, which was the symbol of Duchess Windsor. During that time, Duke of Windsor, in order to show his love for his wife, asked Cartier & Co. to design some special kind of jewelry for his wife. And Cartier designed a brooch for Duchess Windsor which was leopard-shaped. This was the first time Cartier designed some jewelry according to some kind of animals. And later, the leopard became Duchess Windsor’s symbol and this series of jewelry became the masterpieces in Cartier history.

The first one is Ribbons Tiffany which was designed by the famous designer Jean Schlumberger. The diamond in the middle weighs 128.54 carat. It was engraved from a huge yellow diamonds, weighing 287.42 carat, which means half of the original diamond was discarded. What’s more, the diamond of Ribbon Tiffany has 82 facets of cut while the traditional Tiffany diamonds only have 58 facets.

So you’ve decided you want to buy a Rolex, or a Panerai, or an Audemars Piguet and you’ve got loads of cash set aside to spend on the wonderful timepiece you’ve been saving for. Excellent, because the first thing you should look out for is the REALLY cheap price tag – expect to pay anything from £1,500 to many thousands for an authentic watch. The watch being offered to you on a website or elsewhere for £199 IS A FAKE – accept this. There are many Internet sites and auction sites that claim they are selling real new and used Rolex watches or many other brands of luxury watch, but in reality, their products are as real as the tooth fairy. So lesson 1 is definitely about price – if it’s so cheap that it’s a steal, it probably will be!

Try to use a reputable watch dealer when buying a watch. There are countless websites offering special deals and many look rather convincing and professional but bear in mind that nowadays more than ever, you can build, or have built, a professional looking site for a few hundred pounds with credit card processing facility, which can take your money in a matter of minutes. This clearly means that the fraudster can setup a site with ease and have it look like they are well established and genuine.

Don’t be fooled by this and do your research. Ask how long they’ve been around. Check that they’ve got a real live shop that you can visit as this usually means they’ve spent a bit more money on the venture and also have stock you can examine. Also, if you have any issues with your purchase, there is somewhere to go back to if the need arises. These days, this is easily achieved by going to Google maps and typing in their post code and clicking the ‘Street View’ link. You can then see pictures of their shop online.