Private collections of jewelry draw significant interest from buyers worldwide. Whether you’ve inherited your jewels, you want to update your collection or what you own simply doesn’t reflect your current lifestyle, Sotheby’s can assist. Jewels created by the world’s most celebrated designers remain among the most sought after pieces in our international auctions. From colored diamonds to precious gemstones, our sales continue to command strong prices from buyers who cannot resist the allure of these jewels.

Sotheby’s is currently accepting consignments for our upcoming sales. Email us at newyorkjewelry@sothebys.com or schedule a confidential appointment with a Jewelry Specialist in New York or in a city near you to learn the value of your jewelry. Browse below for more details on how to connect with Sotheby’s specialists around the country and to discover jewel highlights from the incredible private collections sold in 2016.  


Email us:

1.    E-mail newyorkjewelry@sothebys.com with photographs and any relevant information about your jewelry.
2.    Jewelry specialists will review all submissions and respond within 7 business days.
3.    If accepted, we will help you arrange shipping of your property to our headquarters in New York.

That’s it! Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach us at newyorkjewelry@sothebys.com or +1 888 216 3114.


Schedule a confidential appointment in New York or in a city near you:

Washington, D.C.: 12 January
Philadelphia: 13 January
Palm Beach: 16–18 January
Boston: 17 January
Los Angeles: 17–19 January
Palm Springs Area: 17–19 January
Austin: 18 January
Dallas: 19 January
Houston: 20 January
San Francisco: 23–26 January
Richmond: 8 February
Charlottesville: 9 February
Chicago: 14 & 15 February
Denver, Vail & Aspen: 16–21 February

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