We Buy Estate Jewelry

We buy estate

jewelry that is made up of gold, silver, platinum and palladium. We buy estate

jewelry such as Rolex watches or old gold pocket watches. We buy estate jewelry

that also includes sterling flatware. We buy estate jewelry that may have a

diamond solitaire ring which has to be a 1.00 carat or larger. Gold is described

as a malleable, soft, dense metal with a luster that is very bright yellow.

Gold will

not darken and tarnish due to the elements overtime. Gold is located on the

periodic table under Au. There are many places that advertise we buy estate

jewelry in exchange for cash. The current gold price is still quite high and

a very big reason why there are so many gold buyers advertising we buy estate

jewelry. Jewelry stores that advertise we buy estate jewelry are looking for

gold scrap jewelry or any jewelry item that might contain gold such as 10kt,

14kt, 18kt and 22kt. Many of the gold buyers buying estate jewelry also buy

any other precious metal items such as platinum, palladium, silver and coins

with precious metals as well. Nevada Coin & Jewelry "we buy estate jewelry"

and are a great shop to work with if you just inherited some estate pieces and

are looking at turning that unwanted stuff into cash. Nevada Coin & Jewelry

has an on staff gemologist GIA. So if you recently inherited a single 1.00 carat

diamond are on staff gemologist can evaluate and can get you the most money

for your diamond ring.

Nevada Coin

& Jewelry also has on staff numismatists for any coins that you might have inherited

from the estate. With all these expertise this ensures that you get the most

cash for all of your items of value. With there being so many places advertising

we buy estate jewelry it's important to first determine which items you wish

to sell. Nevada Coin & Jewelry advertise we buy estate jewelry and not only

have a GIA certified gemologist and numismatists on staff but we also are the

most advanced jewelry buyers in Las Vegas with the X-ray spectrometer and diamond

microscope. The x-ray spectrometer allows them to get the exact percentage of

gold in your item so you're paid on that and not an acid test which may not

be able to distinguish a low karat 14kt gold ring.

The diamond

microscope gives the seller a chance to look at there diamond on a 32 inch monitor

and get a view at what the gemologist sees when he loupes your diamond ring.

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