Sell Your Jewelry
We are a Top Online Jewelry Buyer - We Buy All Types of Fine Gold Jewelry Items
Sell Your Gold Buys All Jewelry!
Sell your jewelry online quickly and safely from the convenience of your home today! We buy: rings, necklaces, pendants, charms, bracelets/anklets, earrings, cuff links, watches, brooches/pins and precious stones, including diamonds and gemstones. We also buy all vintage, antique and estate jewelry. Your items can be broken, scratched, mismatched, old or new, regardless of its condition we will buy your jewelry.
- Pendants & Charms
- Collar/ Bib
- Luxury Brands
Sell Your Designer Jewelry
At Sell Your Gold, we buy all designer and luxury brands. Whether you are looking to sell last season's design or a vintage piece, we will happily take it off your hands regardless of the condition. We buy all fine, designer and luxury brands including:
- Tiffany & Co.
- Van Cleef & Arpels
- David Yurman
- John Hardy
- Marco Bicego
- Harry Winston
- Neil Lane
- Roberto Coin
- Henri Daussi
What Is the Difference Between Antique, Vintage Jewelry and Estate Jewelry?
Antique Jewelry is customarily jewelry that was crafted over 100 years ago between the 1900's and 1930's.
Vintage jewelry is usually identified by an era and includes the historic Georgian and Victorian, Art Nouveau and Edwardian design periods as well as the Art Deco, Retro, Mid-Century, Modern and Contemporary periods.
Estate jewelry is jewelry was previously owned and it can be from any era. So, an antique or vintage piece of jewelry would then be also considered estate jewelry.
Looking to cash in on some old pieces of gold jewelry? You have come to the right place. Request your free appraisal kit today to get started.
Do We Buy Gold Plated and Gold Filled? What Is the Difference?
You can expect to receive the most money selling jewelry that contains a high percentage of precious metal, but we do on occasion buy items that are gold filled, though these items do not contain much of gold, which reduces the price we can pay.
Gold plated means that there is a microscopic covering of gold over another piece of metal - most often copper, silver or nickel. Gold plated items are usually strong and provide an attractive finish. Gold plating is used a lot in costume jewelry to bring the cost of the item down. However, this thin covering tarnishes over time and may chip, wear away, turn your skin green, or cause skin irritation.
Gold filled jewelry has gold bonded to a base metal, usually sterling silver or brass. Gold filled also uses a gold alloy that will make it stronger depending on the karat used. Unlike gold plated, gold filled jewelry has a much thicker coat, though the gold still makes up a fraction of the item’s weight.
To determine how much gold is in your gold-filled jewelry, check for a hallmark. This inscription should tell you:
- The proportion of gold in the pieces (1/5, 1/10, 1/20)
- The karat rating of the gold (10k, 12k, 14k)
- The letters "GF" meaning "Gold Filled"
So if your jewelry's hallmark reads "1/5 14k GF" it means your item has a layer of 14k gold on the surface that must weigh at least 1/5th the total weight of the item. These specifications will determine the value of your gold-filled item.