it would depend on whether they are antiques in their own right, do you know where they came from originally?
do you have like original boxes for them or are they just loose?
some do, some don't. They originate from London and Paris.
I think it would be a massive shame to ruin what is probably beautiful jewellery and if it's antique from London or Paris, would be worth more if you didn't separate the diamonds and just kept them as they are.
keep them as they are and take them to an experienced antique jewellery dealer in North London, ideally Hatton Garden, as they know what they're doing.
ok thank you.
I find myself in a similar situation although they are not my immediate family so there is no attachment, but some are without original boxes and some are
Just like I said beofre, I would take them to an experienced antique dealer in a repuatable place like Hatton Garden in London they will be able to point you in the right direction
Im sorry is it me or r u guys jst like mercenaries
Whatever do you mean?
well use just seem bothered bout the money love not wot is probs worth a lot in sentimental value like to the family
Erm, well, thanks for the input but you dont' know my situation and it is none of your business sorry I came onto this forum to get advice not a telling off!
givin you life adice love
Go to an experienced antique jewelery dealer and don't get ripped off. Don't part with anything until you are happy
Ok thank you, at least, for your advice.