Jacob’s Diamond & Estate Jewelry Publishes Full Page Advertisement in Town & Country Magazine

Jacob’s Diamond & Estate Jewelry, a company that purchases and collects vintage and estate jewelry, such as emerald brooches, estate diamond rings, and Art Deco necklaces, recently announced that they will be publishing a full page advertisement in the June/July issue of Town & Country Magazine.

Los Angeles, CA, June 26, 2014 --(PR.com)-- The advertisement features a short editorial about the company and hoped to entice readers into visiting their online shop because of the specificity and niche uniqueness of the products that they offer.

The advertisement features an Art Deco brooch that depicts a duck just taking off in flight with a body that is entirely set with diamonds and head that is enameled in green and yellow colors that make it look like an authentic duck.

The Art Deco diamond duck brooch is in excellent condition, even though it is believed to be from approximately 1925. It is made of platinum and gold with diamonds totaling about 2.0 carats and measures 1.5 inches from the beak to the wing and 1.25 inches from the wing tip to the tale. The brooch is still currently for sale on the Jacob’s Diamond & Estate Jewelry website for $5,700.

Jacob’s Diamond & Estate Jewelry regularly publishes an advertisement in Town & County several times a year, each time featuring an amazing piece that they are proud of. By showcasing the product and providing information about their company, Jacob’s Diamond & Estate Jewelry hopes to demonstrate to their customers the high quality of their products and inform them on what they specialize in selling.

About Us

Jacob’s Diamond & Estate Jewelry is a vintage, second-hand jewelry store that specializes in buying and selling one-of-a-kind pieces as well as estate jewelry. Since 1984, Jacob’s Diamond & Estate has been offering clients’ high-quality, original and affordable jewelry pieces from vintage estate diamond rings to current modern jewelry fashions.
Jacob's Diamond And Estate Jewelry
Jacob Gipsman