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  • Valentine’s Day is Coming – Are You Ready?

    December 17, 2015

    Valentine’s Day is February 14th. For many, this is a major holiday—a time to show a loved one how much you care. A popular gift idea for Valentine’s Day is jewelry. Perhaps you want to give a sparkly necklace or something even bigger like an engagement ring. Trying to come up with the cash for a major gift like that can be a challenge. However, if you’re like most people, you have money you don’t even know about, perhaps in your jewelry box! Check out our guide to selling your old, unused items to a jewelry buyer.

    Take an inventory

    Spend a few minutes checking out your jewelry box and safe deposit box. What do you have that you never wear? Old designer watches like Rolex and Cartier are always big sellers. Tiffany and Coach jewelry can also be a winner. Plus, loose diamonds and precious metals may have value too.

    Check condition

    It may be obvious, but the better the condition, the higher the value of selling it. If you are unsure about the status of your items, take them in for an appraisal. Clean your jewelry first too—you want to show pride of ownership.

    Talk to an expert

    If you haven’t already, talk to a professional about the value of your jewelry. Whether you decide to work with a professional jewelry buyer or not, it makes sense to get an expert opinion. These experts know what they are talking about, and if you are working with a reputable dealer, you can trust the advice they provide you.

    Sell – Make your sale.

    Right before Valentine’s Day is a great time of the year to sell jewelry. Many jewelry buyers will be looking to replenish their stocks, and private buyers are out in droves because they are looking for gifts too.

    Purchase your gift

    Now that you’ve found out how easy it is to sell your old, unused jewelry or watches, you should have a solid bankroll available to purchase the perfect Valentine’s Day gift for that special person in your life. Don’t forget to shop around—you may find a vintage piece or a secondhand treasure that is the ideal gift!

    If you are interested in talking to a one of the best jewelry buyers NY has to offer, stop in and chat with the team at Roy Herlz. We would love to help you, even if you are brand new to the selling process. The jewelry buyers at Roy Herlz will make this a Valentine’s Day you and your loved one will never forget!


    We are interested in all kinds of precious jewelry, particularly diamonds of a carat or more. Please do not hesitate to contact us to make an appointment.

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