It’s Friday, it’s nearly the weekend, and we’re back with another installment of our Weekly Web Series! last week, we gave tips on how to get the most money for your gold, and today, we’re back with ways you can be sure you’re getting the highest offer when selling your watch. Customers visit our Boca Raton showroom daily seeking expertise on selling their watches or taking out a collateral loan on their luxury watches. Sometimes they’ve already sold to us and are back for another transaction, sometimes they’re new to selling jewelry and watches and are looking for guidance before committing to a sale. Either way, we’re always happy to help, answer questions, and make sure our clients leave with the best possible offer – or better yet a satisfying check. Check out our video below, and I’ve listed the resources at the end of the post:
Again, don’t hesitate to call us with your questions at 1-800-329-4367, or fill out our contact form here.
- Raymond Lee Jewelers Web Series: The Watch Shop (raymondleejewelersblog.com)
- Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust – Lindsey Vonn (raymondleejewelersblog.com)
- The New Rolex Submariner 116610 vs. The Old Rolex Sumbariner 16610 (raymondleejewelersblog.com)
Happy Friday, readers! Today on the blog we’re debuting a new Friday feature – our web series. This week, I explain some quick and easy ways to spot a fake Rolex watch.
If you’re a regular reader, you know the admiration we have for Rolex timepieces. And if you’re not a regular reader, welcome – and I hope you stick around. Rolexes are revered as status symbols and sound financial investments because they are perfect, or as close to perfect as you can get. As they say, imitation is the best form of flattery, and Rolexes are imitated quite often – just not with the level of perfection that this global luxury brand represents.
We’ve written before about how to spot a fake Rolex, but thought that it might be helpful to make a video showing you just how to discern a faux from the real deal. Enjoy!
- Tubular Tuesdays: In The Shop (raymondleejewelersblog.com)
- Masculine Monday: Jay-Z’s Top Timepieces (raymondleejewelersblog.com)
- Fans Return Chris Brown’s $22K Rolex Watch (997now.radio.com)
Raymond Lee Jewelers:
Rothstein Auction A Go-Go
Video Capturing the Rothstein Auction Festivities: http://youtu.be/mi8VF6EfbzA
Lee Josephson, Raymond Lee Jewelers VP, Offers a Philosophical Perspective on the Rothstein Auction during an interview with WPTV News, Channel 7:
Reporter Paul Brinkmann has been continuously publishing updates, following today’s
Scott Rothstein auction action. Once again, South Florida Business Report features Raymond Lee Jewelers.
Right on, Mr. Brinkmann!
Ultimately, the auction was a great experience and lots of excitement surrounding the event certainly stirred things up as lines began to form of South Florida jewelry professionals, collectors and victims of Scott Rothstein’s massive ponzi scheme looking for vengeance, in any form.
A variety of interpretations surrounding the auction have published since this morning. Certain sources are elaborating on the fact that so many pieces were paid above retail value for. Other views within the local press maintained a collectors perspective, pointing out that some items can become collectibles because of the stories tied to them… This, I tend to agree with, even if the story is not all that pretty.
This is a Picture Perfect Piaget Memoir which Raymond Lee Jewelers took home from the Rothstein Auction, Modeled by the Erin Josephson, the woman behind Raymond Lee Jewelers ‘Sell Your Handbag’.
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“It shows how ridiculous someone is when money is no object. I’m blown away by how many watches Rothstein owned, he has more than most stores have in stock. I hope the people who got burned are reimbursed,” says Josephson
WPTV Channel 5 reported on the days events at the
Rothstein ‘ponzi auction’,
as well as the
Enjoy Some Highlights From Today’s Leading Press Outlets...
Lee Josephson, Vice President of Raymond Lee Jewelers, said he was surprised that some items were going for far over estimated retail prices, such as a Panerai watch that went for almost $12,000 over retail. But he snagged a Piaget watch for $17,000 that he said had a retail price of nearly $45,000. -Paul Brinkmann
Ponzi schemer Scott Rothstein may be serving time, but his white gold Piaget watch sold for $77,500 on Wednesday.
- Ponzi Schemer’s Valued Watch Collection Set For Immediate Auction (businessinsider.com)
- Another load of Rothstein’s bling heads to auction (thediamondringreview.com)
- Scott Rothstein’s Manhattan Lair (blogs.wsj.com)
- Ponzi schemer’s bling goes on the block (seattletimes.nwsource.com)
- Show Me the Money: Shop at Gov’t Auctions! (abcnews.go.com)