Founded in 1847, Cartier has grown its position as a luxury jewellery house over centuries, making both vintage and current collections some of the most desirable in the world. Whatever the reason for selling your Cartier jewellery, Lyon & Turnbull offers an international buying stage to achieve premium prices. Recent Cartier auction highlights have included a recent an Art Deco Gem-Set Jabot Pin that sold for £36,450* and a diamond set flower brooch which sold for £6,930*. Our jewellery specialists would be delighted to offer a complimentary valuation to help you achieve the best price at auction.
Whether you are looking to sell an heirloom or upgrade your collection, selling your Cartier items at auction is incredibly straightforward. Our free jewellery valuation service offers an excellent way to realise the potential value of your Cartier pieces from the comfort of your home. Follow our three-step jewellery valuation guide below and one of our specialists will be in touch. Alternatively, find out when our upcoming Edinburgh, Glasgow and London valuation days are below and meet our team in person.
*All prices are inclusive of buyers' premium.
Fill in the estimate form below with photographs and as much information as possible, and we will match you with a relevant specialist.
A department specialist will be in touch within a few days to offer an auction valuation and further information on how to easily consign at auction.
Your item will be expertly catalogued and marketed to our extensive database, all designed to help you receive the best price at auction.
Although not necessary, there are a few things that help us accurately assess your item and speed up your Cartier jewellery valuation. Our team use the images and information provided to give an accurate representation of what your item could sell for at auction and, although you are not obliged to sell with us at Lyon & Turnbull, will also offer information on suitable upcoming sales. Things that will help us include:
Providing any serial number that may be stamped on items
Confirming whether the jewellery comes with a box or papers.
Sharing information you have on the item's age or provenance.
Information on the item's condition, including any damage.
As many detailed photographs as possible.
Please enter your email address below, we will send you a notification email when the sale is available to view online.
You can arrange a consignment appointment at at a location near you or by telephoning us on on +44 131 557 8844. We would be delighted to meet with you to discuss any consignment opportunity in person.
We are pleased to offer a complimentary auction valuation service. In some cases, where the item does not meet Lyon & Turnbull's selling criteria, we will not be able to advise on the provenance or potential price the piece may sell for elsewhere.
If you are happy with your auction estimate, our specialists will advise on a suitable auction date and next steps. Once a consignment document has been completed, we will arrange the shipping or drop off of any items, catalogue the pieces and prepare to market them across our extensive network.
Once you have received your auction estimate, your specialist will agree the terms of sale. This is typically a percentage of the hammer price of your consigned item when it sells at auction.
No, there is no obligation to sell with us once you receive your auction estimate.
Prior to auction, our specialist team will be in touch to advise you of the confirmed date of sale, reconfirm the estimate and reserve prices and lot number of your item.
Around three weeks prior, the auction will go online which can be found on our Forthcoming Auctions page. On sale day, you can view the auction in our relevant saleroom or watch online via our website.
Any settlement will be arranged typically 28 days post sale by BACS (if requested) or cheque.
Should your item not sell, your specialist will be in touch to discuss all options available.
We regularly offer jewellery valuations in our Edinburgh, Glasgow and London offices or at a location to suit you. Whether you are looking to sell your vintage or modern jewellery, all of our valuations are complimentary and there is no obligation to sell with us once you have received your auction estimate.
All jewellery valuations are on an appointment basis. Keep up to date with our latest valuation days and book an appointment with our specialists.
Edinburgh Valuations 33 Broughton Place, Edinburgh EH1 3RR
Glasgow Valuations 182 Bath Street, Glasgow G2 4HG
London Valuations 22 Connaught Street, London W2 2AF
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