Elmwood’s Auctioneers to Host Online Auction of Fine Jewellery

Shopping trips may have been put on hold as we retreat to our homes to thwart the spread of coronavirus, but that doesn’t mean we can’t access the finer things in life, like Cartier, Tiffany, Boucheron…

These are just some examples of the fine jewellery brands available from Notting Hill’s only boutique online auction house, Elmwood’s Auctioneers, in a special sale taking place this Wednesday 25 March at 2pm.

Elmwood’s is where today’s jewellery aficionados buy and sell a range of rare, one-off vintage and antique jewellery to meet all styles and tastes – all available from your home and delivered to your door with the tap of a finger.

The London auction house has quickly gained a unique place in today’s specialist jewellery marketplace. Far from the image of old-fashioned auction houses, they offer a contemporary and leading-edge all round service that is open and warm.

‘For those new to buying at an online auction, Elmwood’s takes you through every step of the process. It’s an exciting experience’

The young, innovative company has knowledgeable and approachable specialists who genuinely love the craftsmanship and one-off nature of all their jewellery.

Browse Elmwood's Auctioneers Important Jewels Catalogue online

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All the lots are beautifully and clearly displayed on Elmwood’s online catalogue, complete with descriptions and price/lot estimates.

For those new to buying at an online auction, Elmwood’s takes you through every step of the process.

Not only is it an exciting experience, it also gives you the opportunity to find wonderful pieces at truly competitive prices – all from home.

For those of you who would rather not do the bidding, Elmwood’s also offers a great personal service for absentee bidders, at no extra cost, and you remain in charge of what you are willing to pay.

As former Tatler editor Kate Reardon once said, ‘My favourite thing in my wardrobe is my jewellery.’

This exceptional jewellery sale takes place at 2pm on Wednesday 25 March. Browse the catalogue here and find further events here 



 

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