Just as old jewelry is lovingly passed down through the generations of a family, Jackie Abraham has developed a passion for the jewelry business through three generations of family involvement in gemstone and jewelry sales. As a result, his company, Jackie Abraham Jewelers, reflects his daily care, respect and enthusiasm for fine antique estate jewelry and period pieces.
Antique estate jewelry is the focus of Jackie Abraham Jewelers, which he established in New York, with a specialty in Art Deco jewelry.
In addition, Jackie Abraham concentrates on buying and selling diamond jewelry, modern contemporary jewelry and investment quality solitaires, wedding bands, anniversary rings, earrings, necklaces, bracelets, and pre-owned signature watches.
In 1993, Jackie and his wife, a native of Miami with Cuban heritage, moved to Miami. Her large, supportive family helped Jackie to establish an upscale, sophisticated business location for jewelry sales in South Florida.
In early 1996, Jackie established his Miami location in the International Jewelers Exchange in Loehman’s Fashion Island in Aventura, Florida. The company specialized in middle to high-end estate jewelry sales.
Jackie Abraham Jewelers also conducts commerce through their website. Jackie sends jewelry for approval around the world for purchase.Jackie Abraham Jewelers buys, sells, and trades with dealers, shopkeepers, and occasionally assists attorneys with estate liquidations. “We are constantly searching for important pieces to purchase,” Jackie says. “And, because we are in the wholesale business, we are able to pass on tremendous savings to our customers.” Jackie Abraham Jewelers also buys, sells and trades jewelry with private individuals.
Jackie takes personal pride in being able to provide clients with exceptional service built upon his jewelry sales knowledge accumulated through years in the jewelry trade. “It’s not only important for me to pass on true value, but most important is to provide wearable jewelry for today’s women. I also believe in informing and educating consumers as much as possible.”