Lawson Mark Antiques
Antique Dealers in Albany, NY
As the proud supporter of PBS affiliate WMHT TV-17, televising Antiques Roadshow, we currently have assisted 1000's of satisfied customers in New York's Capital Region since 1990. If you have cherished family heirlooms that need a new home or simply have things of value sitting unused, we can assist you understand the current market value for your items and the finest options available to sell. We provide free, private and friendly evaluations by appointment at two convenient locations in Saratoga and Colonie, Monday through Friday year round.
Lawson Mark Antiques
read moreSince 1990, we've helped thousands of satisfied customers find new homes for their treasured antiques, gold, diamonds, estate jewelry, and rare collectibles. Caring for the contents of an estate can be an emotional and logistical challenge. We specialize in making executors' and trustees' estate settlement and liquidation tasks easier. In an undercover investigation, the Albany Times Union took the same sample of assorted gold jewelry to three area buyers for a purchase evaluation. Mark Lawson Antiques offered to pay over 50% more than the nearest competitor.
read moreSince 1990, Mark Lawson has been the Capital Region's trusted name in antiques and estate dispersal. Mark Lawson Antiques is the premier buyer of estates, including jewelry, coins and currency, antique decorative arts, sterling silver and rare collectibles. We have helped thousands of satisfied clients find new homes for cherished family heirlooms. If you're ready to sell a treasured item or an unused antique, we are ready and willing to help you understand its current market value and your best sale options.
read moreThere are many reasons to sell jewelry: downsizing your own belongings, settling an estate, or cleaning out old pieces that are damaged, out of fashion, or reminders of previous relationships. Whatever the reason, we buy jewelry and can help you receive the best price for your pieces. Jewelry is always in demand. Antique jewelry and estate jewelry, as well as modern and contemporary jewelry, in gold, silver, and platinum is a richly varied market. Interest in antique Georgian, Victorian, Art Nouveau, and Art Deco jewelry remains keen, as does interest in vintage 1930s-1960s designer sterling silver jewelry from Mexico, the US (especially Native American silver jewelry), and Europe.