Jewelry Design

Why sell your jewelry to Kellmer Jewelers?

Jewelry has one job – to celebrate someone. It is a celebration of self or someone special. Jeff Kellmer is the master jeweler known for forging genuine relationships with his clients and attentively working with them to create bespoke fine jewelry.

A third-generation graduate gemologist, Jeff tailors his procurement of precious gems and metals based on each client’s preferences and price points. And, with the Kellmer name, he and his predecessors have created a network of the best craftsman in the world to ensure nothing short of perfection.

These experts work in one exclusive area of the jewelry making process. That means using setters who only do settings, polishers who only polish, metal smiths who only make models, and computer aided design (CAD) designers who work exclusively in the jewelry trade.

 Top Competitive Prices

Unlike the vast majority of antique and estate jewelry buyers, Kellmer Jewelers

Gemological Laboratory

Your antique and estate jewelry will be examined by our expert G.I.A in house gemologist.

Credentials and Knowledge

We invite you to compare our credentials and experience against other jewelry buying establishments.

Personal Service

At Kellmer Jewelers you can always expect to be treated honestly, discretely and with professionalism.

What do we buy?

We are always buying modern, antique and estate jewelry, diamonds, gemstones, timepieces, accessories, – entire estates or individually. We are particularly interested in purchasing older estate and antique diamonds and gemstones, with a premium paid for the original, vintage settings.

 Diamonds

We specialize in both modern and older cut diamonds in all shapes, white to fancy colored diamonds from half a carat to sky’s the limit.

Precious Gemstones

We buy Sapphires, Rubies, Emeralds and Fine Jade and Natural and Cultured Pearls as well as virtually every other colored gemstone of fine quality.

Antique Jewelry and Estate Jewelry

We buy fine jewelry from every important design period; from the early 20th century and up to the present day.