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The Most Trusted Jewelry Buyers

Last updated: March 09, 2020
Jewelry Buyers
Worthy’s appraisal partners love giving our customers advice. They also know just how complicated and confusing the jewelry buying industry can be. Working with world-class gemological institutes, they are true professionals working at the top of their field, and they’ve got some great insights to share with you. Here’s your chance to learn more about selling to jewelry buyers online, straight from an expert appraiser’s viewpoint.

Why should I sell my valuables to Worthy's jewelry buyers?

Worthy’s jewelry buyer network consists of only professional and trusted jewelry buyers. With our auction platform, we’ll find the perfect new owner for your valuables. Before even reaching that step we also provide a high level of customer service along with an entirely transparent process. We’re proud of our excellent BBB rating and hold a Secondhand Dealers License issued by the New York Department of Consumer Affairs. To put it simply, we’re the best place online to connect with jewelry buyers and we’ll guide you through every step of the selling process. Feel free to read our customer reviews and find out how easy it is to make a profit by selling your unwanted luxury items.

How do I approach jewelry buyers? 

The safest way to deal with jewelry buyers is through an experienced precious metal and gem buyers' network like Worthy. The reason for this is that Worthy works with a pre-selected team of partner appraisers who know precisely how to sell and accurately appraise your jewelry for you, so you don’t have to worry about selling for anything under the highest market value. Selling with Worthy also turns the usually lengthy affair into a quick, simple process to sell jewelry fast and make you cash. All you have to do is request an evaluation by submitting a short description of your jewelry via the Worthy site or over the phone. You’ll then receive a market value estimate shortly after.

What kind of jewelry appeals to jewelry buyers?

The majority of serious jewelry buyers are looking for engagement rings, diamond earrings, pendants and bracelets made of 18 karat gold or more. The jewelry can even be scratched or have links missing or even a latch. So don’t be discouraged if you have broken jewelry tucked away in your closet. You can still sell it and make good money.

How do your jewelry buyers hear about my valuables?

Once you decide that Worthy is the best place to sell your jewelry, you'll ship your items directly to our headquarters. All of the shipping and insurance costs are covered by Worthy. Upon arrival, it will be treated to a deep cleaning, after which it will receive an expert evaluation at no cost to you. Our expert appraisal partners take great care to evaluate each item meticulously, using the best equipment and laboratory facilities available. Next, we publish a very detailed description and professional photograph of your item on our online jewelry buyers’ platform. Interested buyers will begin to bid on your item and we won't rest until the highest market value offer comes in. Once we close the final sale, you’ll receive your cash almost immediately.

What are some important terms to know when dealing with gold buyers?

Knowing these terms will reduce confusion during the process of selling your jewelry.
Alloy: a combination of metals. Usually, refined gold is an alloy that contains a small portion of a different kind of metal. 
Bezel: a metal rim that surrounds and holds a gem.
Brilliance: The amount of light reflecting by a gem.
Cabochon: A gem that is round with high polish and without facets.
Carat: The measure in weight of a gemstone. 200 milligrams equals 1 carat.
Certification: A document that describes the traits, flaws and details of a precious stone. Diamonds get Diamond Grading Reports and other precious stones have Gemological Identification Reports.
Luster: A bright shine that exudes from the surface of metal or gems.
Parure: a jewelry collection that contains 3 or more pieces that are designed to be worn at the same time. Throughout history, a parure consisted of shoe buckles, belt buckles and tiaras. 
Precious Metal: The rare and valuable metals used to make jewelry are silver, gold, platinum, palladium and titanium. 
Rose Gold: Gold with a pink tinge color. Also known as Pink Gold.
White Gold: A gold alloy made with palladium or nickel. It's even brighter and white than silver because of the nickel content.

How do I get connected with your jewelry buyers today?

The first step is to submit your item and we’ll have it appraised it in no time. The beauty of using our services is that you don't have to communicate with the buyers at all. We take care of all the legwork for you. Because we are not the party buying your items, our service is entirely objective with our main goal being to get you the highest sum for your valuables.

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