Why Sell Your Jewelry?
If you decide to sell your jewelry, there are many opportunities and helpful circumstances to sell your jewelry. Using the money that you will receive can be meaningful. Not sure what you should use the money for?
Reasons to Sell Jewelry:
Start a College Fund
Down Payment on a New Home
Pay off Debt
Remodel your Home
Selling Your Diamond Engagement Ring After Divorce
If you got divorced and left with your ring, it’s yours to do with as you choose.
It’s always helpful to have your diamond lab certification, a past appraisal and/or the original receipt of the engagement ring purchase.
There a variety of factors that can impact the cash offer for an engagement ring. Therefore, the important thing to keep in mind is the value of your diamond ring. It’s based primarily on the quality and carat size of the center diamond. However, when your engagement ring is from by a highly sought-after fine jewelry brand like Harry Winston or Tiffany & Co., the ring will be worth more money.
We will be able to give you the most accurate evaluation of what your diamond ring is really worth. In addition, f you’ve made the decision to sell your engagement ring after divorce you should sell to an expert and trustworthy diamond buyer as D. Atlas Estates.
Selling Inherited Diamond and Estate Jewelry
There are many questions that people have when selling their estate jewelry, antique jewelry, and coins from an inheritance.
When you are planning to sell your estate jewelry, the value of your estate jewelry depends on the individual piece. Therefore, perhaps your inherited jewelry has a big demand for the item. In addition, the value of the gemstones and precious metals the jewelry and coins. At D. Atlas, we are professional buyers of estate jewelry.
Above all, there will never be a cost to find out the value of your inherited jewelry.