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Planning to sell jewelry to a jewelry buyer can be a great way to get rid of unwanted gold watches, pearl necklaces, earrings, rings and diamond bracelets while making some extra cash. You can easily fund your next vacation by selling diamonds, pearls and gold that you don't wear anymore. If you have never been to a jewelry buyer before, you may want to jot down a few questions before heading out to the wholesale or retail shop.

  • Do you buy broken gold?
    Some buyers may take your broken pieces of gold because they are planning to sell the jewelry to another company that will melt down the gold to make new pieces.

  • Will you purchase a wedding ring or engagement ring without the diamond or gem attached?
    If you have out grown your wedding ring or engagement ring, you may want to save your stone to get a new ring made. Finding a dealer who accepts plain bands only can be a great way to fund your new item.

  • Do you buy titanium, rhinestones and other lower-end jewelry?
    Some shops are only looking for authentic gold, silver and platinum pieces while other shops will accept cheaper jewelry and just pay you less for it.

  • Will you give me more money for vintage, antique or designer jewelry?
    Some venues who are not looking to melt down pieces and want to resell whole items may pay top dollar for custom pieces or designer pieces.

  • I have a rare jade necklace - can you tell me if it is worth anything?
    Many trustworthy buyers have appraisers onsite who can tell you what your jewelry is worth. If you come across a piece that is more valuable than you thought and you want to hold onto it, there should be no pressure to sell it to the dealer.
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    Sam Dial Jewelers Write review for this local business
    255 E Main St Ste 101, Pullman, WA 99163
    (509) 334-3425  
    Your friend in the jewelry business, we specialize in engagement rings, wedding sets, and custom settings. Whether you want an engagement ring or necklace, we are your number one source.
    Gold Buyers of America Write review for this local business
    14700 E Indiana Ave, Spokane, WA 99216
    (509) 926-4216  
    We are experts in the precious metals jewelry appraising business. A metals analyst is on site to evaluate your gold, silver and other jewelry while you wait. We pay cash for gold, silver and platinum in any condition.
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    Jewelry buyers need several types of employees to offer their clients reliable services. Many of these companies accept scrap jewelry through the mail. They, therefore, need mailroom workers who can keep accurate records. In addition to opening incoming necklaces, gold watches, and pearl earrings, the mailroom workers also need to send payments to clients in exchange for their jewelry.

    Since many jewelry buyers purchase gold necklaces, wedding rings, and pearl earrings to make new designer pieces, they also need workers who can dismantle the items. It some cases, the employee might need to pry diamonds, rhinestone, gems, and jade from the jewelry. They can then melt the gold, silver, platinum, and titanium and reuse it in new pieces.

    Companies need customer service reps who can provide accurate information to potential clients. Clients will need reassurance before sending their jewelry through the mail. Customer service reps should, therefore, be able answer questions without hesitation.

    Dealers that plan to resell the engagement rings and bracelets that they buy need appraisers who know how to identify antique items that they could sell for a lot of money. By purchasing vintage and custom items, they can resell them to wholesalers or retail stores.

    Like all companies, jewelry buyers rely on managers who can make informed business decisions. These professionals need to find cheap business solutions that allow them to ship jewelry at the lowest possible price. They might also need to form business relationships with wholesale dealers and retail chains. These clients could help them sell a larger number of pieces.