How To Sell Your Jewellery

Posted by Edward 13/01/2017 0 Comment(s)
In times of great fluctuations in the economy, such as after an election, there is some instability worldwide. This year saw Brexit and Trump's recent victory send the international markets into a spin, and the autumn statement just around the corner is likely to focus on these elements. Personal finances are tricky to navigate in this times of change and of course, Christmas is around the corner too.

In times of great fluctuations in the economy, such as after an election, there is some instability worldwide. This year saw Brexit and Trump's recent victory send the international markets into a spin, and the autumn statement just around the corner is likely to focus on these elements. Personal finances are tricky to navigate in this times of change and of course, Christmas is around the corner too.

This is why many consider selling their jewellery at this time of year. In fact, in light of Brexit and the US election, many people are discovering that gold, jewellery and tangible assets are indeed the safest things to be focusing on in terms of finances. Whilst international markets fluctuate and the economy worldwide needs to stabilise, good quality jewellery will not depreciate in value, making now a good time to sell your jewellery, regardless of whether it is new or second hand.

Quality Brands

We specialise in buying and selling high quality jewellery brands such as , Cartier, Chopard, Bvlgari & Tiffany jewellery, and can provide an evaluation service to help you make the decision about whether to sell or not.

Jewellery is notoriously sought after and we have highly trained experts who recognise the era and value of your pieces. Cartier jewellery has been a sign of quality for many years now and as such is a timeless collection, which continues to appreciate and hold its value, in times of economic instability.

In recent years, Bvlgari jewellery has joined the ranks of the most popular quality jewellery out there and our experts recognise its value and are trained in tracing its origin. Originally just dealing in watches, Chopard jewellery now includes some of the most delicate designs, making it a key player in quality jewellery.

How To Sell Your Jewellery

First of all, it is a good idea to get the jewellery evaluated, so you can decide whether or not you wish to go ahead with the sale. We understand that it is not always easy to make the decision to sell your jewellery and have a team of experts on hand to give a fast and accurate appraisal. There are three main ways we carry out our appraisals of your jewellery, all of which exempt from obligation

Appraisal By Post

We can ask you to fill in as many details as you can on the online form. The more you know about your jewellery, the easier it is for us to value it accurately. We offer a discreet service for you to send us your pieces by post, and we endeavour to respond to all valuations within a 24 hour time frame.

We pay cash, so you can earn from your jewellery sale within as short a space of time as possible. There is no obligation to sell once we have appraised your jewellery.

Home Visits

We can also come to visit you at your property to evaluate your jewellery. Again, this is something we can arrange by phone or email and we like to assure you that you are under no obligation to sell.

Appraisal Within The Shop

If you're in the Stafford area, you can call in and bring your jewellery to us for an immediate evaluation and walk away with the cash in your pocket. Our address is Edward Thomas, 1 Mitchells Court, Tamworth, Staffs, B79 7AF. We can book you in for an appointment.
 
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