If you have old or unwanted jewelry in your possession and you are looking for ways to do something with the jewelry, then a great option is to take your jewelry to gold buyers and to find a way to get money in exchange for your unwanted pieces. If you are looking to turn to gold buyers, then there are a few things that you will want to keep in mind regarding gold buyers and how the process works of selling your gold for money.
First you will want to make sure that you are turning to a reputable gold buyer in Chicago. The best way to make sure you are turning to the right gold buyers is to check with the BBB to make sure you are dealing with a reputable gold buyer. It is also in your best interest to work with a jewelry store instead of a pawn shop. You will also want to make sure that you turn to brick and mortar stores instead of sending your gold in by mail to a ‘cash for gold’ website.
Bring all of your old jewelry into the gold buyers and don’t worry if it is broken or if it has any missing stones. The gold buyers will take the time to separate your items into different groups depending on the type of gold (10K, 14K, 18K ect) and then they will take the time to evaluate each piece. When you are getting rates for your gold from these gold buyers you will want to keep a few things in mind.
First, if you have a piece that the gold buyers are looking to sell again and one that is in great working condition you may be able to get more for your money as they will be looking at more than just weight in gold, but design and style. If you are selling your items for their gold value; you will want to make sure that you remember that gold values change every day so the quote you get one day may not be the same as a quote you get the next day. Finally, when you visit the gold buyers, make sure that you have a valid form of ID. All gold buyers in the United States are required by law to have ID and to make you fill out some paperwork so you should be prepared for this.
If you are looking for more information on changing your jewelry in for cash, then visit the Chicago experts at Chicago Gold Gallery.
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