Diamond Buyer Mesa
While selling your diamonds may be very lucrative, it’s not as simple a transaction as selling gold or other jewelry. While gold has a quantifiable melt value, the resale prices for diamonds do not have just one objective measure, making the whole process overwhelming for those who are not professional appraisers. Below is a useful list of tips that will get you prepared and help you sell diamonds to our pawn shop in Mesa.
When Selling Your Diamonds
Expecting the full retail value for your pre-owned diamonds is the fastest way to be disappointed with any final sale we offer in Mesa. There is a big difference between retail and resale value that needs to be considered when setting price expectations in a diamond sale. Whether you have diamond jewelry, diamond earrings, or diamond rings, we’ll gladly purchase your diamonds from you! Our local pawn shop in Mesa is your in-town diamond buyer. As the top diamond buyer in town, we guarantee to give you the most money for your diamonds. They can even be loose diamonds, it does not matter. We give the most cash for your diamonds this side of Mesa.
Are You Ready to Sell?
Diamonds are indeed a tough item to get rid of, or sell off. To many of us they hold a sentimental value, and a lot personal memories. Due to sentimental value, you may perceive the price of your diamond as higher, but buyers and the market as a whole do not reflect or represent the same sentiment. In a transaction such as this, Diamonds are a material thing, no how matter sentimental value is attached to them.
What Determines Value When You Sell Diamonds:
Diamonds are evaluated on the based on the “Four Cs”: clarity, cut, color and carat weight.
1. Carat – Diamond jewelry owners typically know the carat weight of their stone because it refers to its size. The bigger the diamond in size, the greater the carat weight and value.
2. Color – Most diamonds are not entirely colorless. They usually have hints of yellow or brown. Diamonds that are appraised to be completely colorless have higher value. Of course, this does not apply to colored diamonds. They have a separate evaluation scale of their own.
3. Clarity – Appraisers and Specialists are looking for a lack of flaws and blemishes on the stone. The fewer the blemishes the diamond has, the higher its value and more sought after it is.
4. Cut – This refers to the shape that has been given by the diamond cutter/handler. Because modern diamonds have near-immaculate cuts, their value is a bit higher than antique diamonds.
At our pawn shop, we don’t just stop at diamonds; we will also buy Rubies, Sapphires. Emeralds, Jade, Aquamarine, Opals, Pearls, and any other precious gems you may have lying around! Come visit the top diamond buyer Mesa has to offer and get cash for your diamonds.
WITH 20 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE, WE ARE THE GO-TO DIAMOND BUYER IN MESA
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