Free Online Estimate / Quartier Drouot


We specialize in buying and selling jewelry, watches and High Jewelry items.

We are looking for jewelry, watches and High Jewelry items throughout France. Quartier Drouot is one of the important place for our activity.

We do free estimates on request.


  • How can I do a free estimate online?


We take care of your evaluation requests: Free and without obligation / Professional estimate and based on our knowledge of the market / Practical and secure. In order to be able to correctly carry out your evaluation, we ask you to send us the following elements:

- Quality photos (See the 10 tips for taking good photos at the bottom of the page)

The dimensions

- The artist's name if you know it

- Weight (essential for jewelry)


We allow ourselves to insist on these points because we have a lot of requests and we cannot afford to remind everyone, thank you in advance!

Do not hesitate to send us all the information you have on the jewel, watch or item of High Jewelry. Even a family rumor can be of great importance in the research process.

In a few minutes, fill out the online form, upload some photos of your object: your request is made! You will receive an answer by email within a few days.

To directly access the form click on the button below.


Simon-Pierre Delord | Free estimate, high jewelry, ancient and modern jewel



- The free estimate has no legal value.

- It does not commit you to sell us the jewel (s), the watch (s), the object (s).

- If we are interested in purchasing your item or jewelry, we will let you know in the reply email. In this specific case we will invite you to seek a counter-offer from a colleague.

- It may happen that we have to call in an expert or an outside specialist. In this case we will let you know.


  • Fight against the theft of works of art / Quartier Drouot


It should be noted that we regularly check that the parts presented are not wanted. We use the INTERPOL database or we call on the French police service, the OCBC (Central Office for the Fight against Trafficking in Cultural Goods) We remind you that in case of identification of a stolen property , we must warn the legitimate owner of the property and at the same time the department of the Ministry of Culture and Communication to which the property belongs.

The purpose of this paragraph is not to frighten you but to inform you with transparency of an approach that any professional of the Art market must apply. Fortunately, the case of the detection of stolen parts is extremely rare.

Logo in medium size of Interpole, Art Theft and Archaeological Department   


 Medium size logo of the OCBC, the Central Office for the fight against the trafficking of Cultural Goods, Art and Archeology 


In case you have any doubts about an item in your possession, we strongly advise you to check the INTERPOL database yourself. As an individual, as in the case of a professional, you can request access. You will get the codes in the days following the request. Then, then, you will be able, by briefly describing your painting or your object, to check that it is not currently part of the sought-after work. If it is one of the works of art sought, we invite you to read the information guide for public and private owners entitled "Security of cultural property from the prevention of theft to the return of the stolen object. "edited by the Ministry of Culture and Communication. It is free to download online.

It is extremely important in this case to act quickly. Any delay in notifying the authorities could be reproached to you subsequently. Fortunately, the system is designed to protect people of good faith.


  • 8 tips for taking good photos


  1. Remember to select the best possible image definition on your camera
  2. Place the object on a neutral background (sheet, white wall, etc.)
  3. Prefer natural or indirect lights to the camera flash => You will get better contrasts and better respect for colors, which is essential for a painting for example
  4. Photograph the object from different angles (front, profile, back)
  5. Do not hesitate to photograph its asperities and other marks. Take close-ups of the signature, number or even monogram
  6. Remember to take pictures of the parts of the object that particularly catch your attention. There is surely a very good reason
  7. To facilitate authentication, photograph the object with a ladder. A double decimeter, a key, a coin or any other common object will do very well.
  8. Keep the photos in a folder away from the object's location. They may be useful to you in the event of a claim