Pawn Your Kutchinsky Jewellery

Sell or Borrow Against Your Kutchinsky Jewellery Online or in London Today

The company was established in 1893 after the Kutchinsky family fled Poland and came to London. The Kutchinsky Jewellery House became well known for their stone cutting technique and use of bold coloured gemstones such as coral and lapis which make their design so unique. One of Kutchinsky’s most distinctive pieces is their gem-set animal brooches.

Why Choose Us

Fast Receive money in as little as an hour, online or in-store.
Competitive Accurate valuations and competitive offers.
Expert Trusted pawnbroker and retailer for over 250 years.

A Fast and Simple Process


Contact Us

Get in touch with us online,
in-store or by phone.



Accept Offer

Receive your loan offer from our
specialists in as little as 1 hour.


Receive Money

Accept the loan agreement and receive
the money via same-day bank transfer.

Getting Your Kutchinsky Jewellery to Us

We offer several options:


Bring your Kutchinsky jewellery into one of our London stores today. You are welcome to book an appointment with our expert appraisers and they will be ready to meet you when you arrive.

Courier Service

Use our free and insured Special Delivery courier service to send your Kutchinsky jewellery to us, or we can send our courier to you to collect your jewellery. Receive money in 24 – 48 hours from your home.

Staff Collection

Have your high value Kutchinsky jewellery collected by one of our staff members at a convenient time and place for you.

Home Visit

For high value Kutchsinsky jewellery, our specialists can come to you to value your luxury assets.

Valuing Your Kutchinsky Jewellery

Our highly trained specialists consider many factors when valuing your Kutchinsky jewellery to ensure we provide you with the most accurate and up to date valuation. The most important factors are:

Type and Model

The value of your Kutchinsky jewellery can vary considerably depending on this. Knowing the model is important and whether your jewellery piece is a ring, bracelet, brooch, necklace, pair of earrings can make a significant difference.


Kutchinsky jewellery is often made of gold (yellow, white, rose) or platinum. Look for the hallmark stamped on your jewellery as this certifies the purity (9 – 24 carats).


Diamonds are assessed by the fundamental four C’s: colour, clarity, cut and carat. To achieve the highest potential value for your diamonds we welcome the 5th C: certificate. Laboratory certificates from GIA, HRD, Anchorcert and IGI all help maximise the value of your diamonds.


We understand that over time your Kutchinsky jewellery might have some wear and tear damage, though any significant dents, scratches or other damage can impact the value. Broken Kutchinsky jewellery made of a precious metal can still be valued by weight and gemstones can be valued separately, though the additional value you get with luxury branded jewellery will be reduced.


If you have a certificate of sale or any papers that record information about your Kutchinsky jewellery, this adds value. If you have lost or misplaced them, don’t worry, we will still be able to provide you with a loan estimate.

Market Value

We consider any recent information we can locate from auction and private sale records to ensure our valuations are accurate.

Looking After Your Kutchinsky Jewellery


If you use our courier service to have your Kutchinsky jewellery collected from your home or you send your items to us, they will be insured up to £10,000 during transportation.

If your Kutchinsky jewellery is of high value and you use our staff collection service, your items will also be insured up to £100,000 during transportation.


Whilst your Kutchinsky jewellery is with us to be valued by our specialists or if your item is under loan with us, it is stored in protective packaging in our highly secure vaults.


When your Kutchinsky jewellery is with us, we take every step necessary to look after your luxury valuables. Our valuation specialists and inventory managers handle your Kutchinsky jewellery with care to make sure your luxury valuables are returned to you in the same condition we received them in.

Frequently Asked Questions

What branded jewellery do you buy?

We buy jewellery from many different brands including but not limited to:

Can I sell used Kutchinsky jewellery?

Yes. If you decide you don’t want to pawn your Kutchinsky jewellery, we can provide you with a purchase offer. Get a quote with us online, in-store or by phone today.

What jewellery brands do you lend against?

We lend against many jewellery brands including, but not limited to Cartier, Tiffany, Boodles, Kutchinsky, Bulgari, Chaumet, Graff, Van Cleef & Arpels, De Beers and Boucheron.

How to clean my Kutchinsky jewellery?

It’s important your jewellery is cleaned regularly but this needs to be done with care. If your jewellery contains gemstones such as diamonds, sapphires, coral or lapis, it should be professionally cleaned. If it doesn’t include any gemstones, you can clean your jewellery yourself using a small soft brush and lukewarm soapy water.

Why loan against your Kutchinsky jewellery?

You have immediate access to funds without needing to sell your Kutchinsky jewellery. The loan is secured against your Kutchinsky jewellery which remains under your ownership for the duration of the loan.

Can I pawn used Kutchinsky jewellery?

Yes. We can offer you a loan against your Kutchinsky jewellery. Get a quote with us online, instore or by phone today.

How much can I pawn my Kutchinsky jewellery for?

We offer loans from £500 up to £2 million. We always aim to provide our clients with the maximum loan amount though the amount depends on many factors including the type, model, material, gemstones, provenance, condition, age and market value.

Loan Rates


All our loans are for 6 months and are secured against your valuables. Maximum APR (including all fees): 93.21%. No minimum payment term. Maximum payment term: up to 6 months. These loans are redeemable at any point during the loan period without any penalty.

Representative Example

Loan amount of £1,000. Loan term of 6 months. Interest rate of 6% per month. Total interest of £360 over 6 months. Total repayable amount in one instalment is £1,360. Representative APR is 84.96% (including all fees).

Risk Warning: If the loan is not repaid, the assets may be sold.

Get In Touch Today

Call us now on 0800 038 9839 or contact us online.


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