Sell Estate Jewelry

 

Sell Your Estate & Diamond Jewelry

 

Liquidate Stock Or Flip Consumer Estate And Diamond Jewelry To Specialist Buyers

 

How It Works

Step 1 - Fill in the form below - Add details and pictures of the estate or diamond jewelry you are looking to sell.  We will review the details and contact you with an estimate in as little as two business days. The more information you provide us, the more accurate the estimate will be.

 

Step 2 - Use the fully paid for Fedex label that we provide to send in your items.  They will be insured for the high end of the estimate.  

 

Step 3 - Our experts evaluate your estate jewelry and diamond jewelry and contact you with our offer. 

 

Step 4 –  Quick payments. Accept the offer and we will mail you a check the same day.  If you decline the offer, we will promptly return your items. 

 

We have multiple experts collaborate on your evaluation to ensure that you receive the strongest possible offer. 

Our goal is to make the process as quick and seamless for you as possible.  We are always available to discuss pricing with you, in advance of your estate purchases, to ensure that you make a strong profit.

 

What We Buy

ANTIQUE & ESTATE PIECES - We purchase pre-owned jewelry both branded and unbranded. Items include engagement rings, bracelets, earrings, watches, necklaces, pendants, and more. As recyclers of diamond and estate jewelry, we value your items for more than the metal and/or breakout value, which is why we're able to offer higher prices than other jewelry and diamond buyers 

DIAMOND JEWELRY  - We purchase all diamond jewelry including, bracelets, necklaces, pendants, earrings, chains, pendants, semi mounts, or engagement rings. We recycle your diamonds back into our own jewlery production cutting out the middleman, enabling us to pay higher prices than traders and flippers.

 

Fill In The Form To Start Selling

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