For more than 25 years, Yossi Dina, known as “the Pawnbroker to the Rich and Famous,” and the proprietor and president of South Beverly Wilshire Jewelry and Loan, has been amassing a treasure trove of rare gems, priceless antiques and fine original art from forfeited loans as well as from his years of acquiring some of the highest quality and rare collectibles from the personal Estates of internationally prominent families and celebrities.
In addition to the extraordinarily elegant Estate jewelry including signed pieces by Cartier, Van Cleef and Arpels and Tiffany, The Dina Collection offers a dazzling assortment of diamonds and engagement rings – from fancy yellow and cushion cut diamonds to every size and shape you could ever want.
THE DINA COLLECTION is also famous for its vast selection of the best designer timepieces and vintage watches in the world at the most competitive prices. Dina boasts one of the largest collections of watches by Patek Philipe, Rolex , Audemars Piquet and Cartier. And, says Dina, “If you don’t see it, I’ll get it for you, at the best price available.”
THE DINA COLLECTION also offers an incomparable selection of original art by such renowned artists as Picasso, Chagall, Dali, Kandinksy, Warhol and works by 19th century old masters. Dina is one of only a few pawnbrokers in the country who gives loans on art… up to a million dollars.
The Dina Collection is currently featured in a hit reality show called, “Beverly Hills Pawn,” aired on REELZ Channel. BEVERLY HILLS PAWN travels to the luxury capital of the world to focus on the venerable Dina Collection VIP Room. The series leaves behind all connotations of your typical “pawn shop” as it delves into the high-end world of fine jewelry and Hollywood memorabilia. While your typical stroll down Hollywood Blvd might net you a few souvenirs to take home, Yossi Dina prefers to provide his customers with authentically exclusive items pawned from result of star divorces and failed businesses. Dina and his staff twist “pawn” from bargain to alluring, drawing in ever fascinating items and the fans that are after them.
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