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About Steven Schiffman & David Atlas

We have been involved in the estate jewelry trade since the early 1970s, and have helped generations sell their unwanted valuables with our expertise, reputation and history as consumer champions. Whether these items are from an estate, divorce or to simply free up an unused asset, we have an interested market. It is our job to listen, advise and make our process work for you without pressure or the creation of misgivings. It is our desire to clarify the jewelry selling process to help you achieve your goals.

Steven Schiffman has traveled both domestically and internationally to learn the intricacies of the jewelry business. Having made over 50 international and countless domestic trips to buy in the most active markets has given Steven a unique understanding of what sells and where throughout the world. While traveling and learning has been his passion, he maintained a retail store in the heart of Philadelphia's Jewelers Row for over 25 years.

What We Buy

We pay the best prices for fine jewelry, large and better quality diamonds, name brand items as well as superior and rare colored gems. This jewelry can be from current modern motifs, extending back to Pre-Victorian periods, the finest Art Deco, Art Nouveau, and Art Retro items are always of interest. Those made by such famous makers as Tiffany, Cartier, and Van Cleef and Arpels will command the utmost attention and value, as will well known known watch brands such as Rolex, Vacheron Constantin and Patek Philippe. Naturally, any gold or platinum watch will be evaluated with the same care as these famous brand watches. And yes, we purchase smaller and contemporary items also.

Our Pledge

We will offer you the best possible price with no obligation on your part. If needed, we will help you market your jewelry in a way that is most beneficial to you. Our intent is to continue to earn your trust every day, as the company has since 1898.