From the most elegant diamond rings to exquisite diamond necklaces, bracelets, earrings, and so much more. Plus, we understand there’s an attachment to family heirlooms that are more valuable than just the stones and precious metals. To us, every piece of jewelry is seen as a work of art. Our jewelry experts work hard to ensure you get everything that each individual piece truly deserves. The best part is, there is no limit on purchase size.
We are a well established, well-capitalized organization that is committed to customer service. Our experts provide free valuations that reflect the very latest second-hand market prices. We are a fully Better Business Bureau accredited business and provide straightforward and honest dealings. We take every step to make sure your estate jewelry is protected so you get full value. There is nothing more important to us than your satisfaction when it comes to price, service, and integrity, and value.
As one of Houston’s leading buyers of estate jewelry, we also offer a wide selection of unique and one of a kind jewelry pieces in our store. Our vast selection includes gold bullion, silver bullion, platinum, diamonds, along with other precious and semi-precious stones. Stop by our location and see for yourself or shop online.
If you are considering selling jewelry, we are Houston’s trusted source and will match or beat any reasonable offer. No appointment is necessary.
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The expression “Scrap Gold” or "Scrap Silver" might not sound that exciting – yet, this unique asset could be quite valuable under the right circumstances. In order to get the right value out of your scrap gold and silver, it is very important to fully understand how to measure it, to understand its purity, and to know the factors that affect the value of gold and silver.
Glad you asked! “Scrap gold” is an expression that refers to any gold that is no longer of value in its original marketed form—for example, broken jewelry or industrial by-products. Scrap gold is often sent to a refinery in order to be melted down and recycled to manufacture something else. In other words, any gold that is supposed to be reprocessed and/or repurposed could be considered scrap gold.