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    Estate & Vintage Jewelry

    At Springer's, we believe every Estate piece has a story. And while each piece that comes through our doors is unique and has a different story to tell, they all have one thing in common: they yearn for their stories to continue.

    Named after AG Page, the original jewelers in our Bath, Maine location where our passion for hand-selecting estate pieces was born over 150 years ago, the PAGE Collection features specially curated pieces for every budget, era and style, and even from the best contemporary designers, like Tiffany & Co., David Yurman, Hearts on Fire, and more.

    Add a PAGE to your story.


    There was nothing quiet about the Roaring Twenties! Strong lines, geometric patterns, symmetry, and contrasting colors, Art Deco jewelry reflected the confident and free-thinking spirit of the times. Circa 1920-1935.

    Bold, exotic and fresh, jewelry of the Art Nouveau period featured free-flowing lines that were meant to reflect women’s hair and their feminine curves. Fantasy creatures such as dragonflies, butterflies, and swans, as well as exotic flowers, were also popular motifs of the time. Circa 1890-1915.

    Named for craftsmanship, Arts & Crafts jewelry heavily relied on a guild-style education and the employment of crafts-persons. Handmade jewelry featured cabochon opals, turquoise, moonstone, misshapen pearls, glass, shell, and colorful enamel. Circa 1984-1923.

    Named for King Edward VII and his trendsetting wife, Queen Alexandra, jewelry of this era was graceful and elegant, and featured new techniques of the time, such as open and lacework metal, scalloped edges, milgrain, and knife-edges. Circa 1901-1914.

    During the Age of Hollywood, jewelry became bigger, almost larger-than-life. Jewelry from this era featured large, but light pieces. Sunbursts, cocktail rings, and large clip-on earrings were just a couple of popular styles of the time. Circa 1935-1949

    Named for Queen Victoria, jewelry from the era is as exquisite as it is varied, reflecting Victoria’s changing tastes and mirroring her life. Influenced by the availability of gemstones and precious metals, popular styles include colored gold, orange blossoms, and snake jewelry. Circa 1837-1900.


    Tiffany & Co. creates timeless beauty and superlative craftsmanship that will be treasured always.

    David Yurman is a timeless model of inspiration, innovation and consummate craftsmanship.

    A.G.A. Correa & Son has been designing nautical, gold, platinum and silver jewelry in Edgecomb, Maine since 1969.

    Hearts On Fire sources the most pristine diamonds on earth and cuts them for extraordinary sparkle.

    Every Estate piece has a story. And while each and every piece that comes through our doors is unique and has a different story to tell, they all have one thing in common: they yearn for their stories to continue. Add a PAGE to your story.

    The quintessential Italian fine jeweler since 1977, Roberto Coin blends modernity and tradition, magnifying the beauty and personality of the wearer.



    Nothing compares to sitting down with a member of our incredible team to view our vast collection in person. For a one-of-a-kind shopping experience, schedule a personal appointment to join us in any of our three retail locations.