No although we will set one up if you prefer. Our hours are 9:30 AM-4 PM Tuesdays thru Saturdays.
No need to do that; we will buy sterling silver in any condition.
After a combined 96 years in the industry, Christine and Jack have contacts across the country. Much of what we buy is wholesaled to retail stores, online sellers and auction sites who buy the pieces for resale. Of course, worn out and unrepairable gold and silver items (broken chains, single earrings for example) often wind up at the refiner’s. Coins and watches are sold to appropriate dealers. Of the millions of dollars worth of treasures we buy annually, the vast majority of them live on.
We will happily help you sort through your items and tell you what you have and their value to us. Should you decide not to sell, we charge $125/hour starting after 30 minutes for our evaluation services. If you return and sell them at a later date, we will credit the evaluation charge.
Sorry, no we do not.
Sure! Our master jeweler will remove and return your stones to you.
Look for the word “STERLING” or the number “925” or “800” on your pieces (you may need a magnifying glass.) If you cannot find one of them, chances are they are not sterling. To be sure before you give them away, bring them by; we’ll be happy to check for you. We do not buy silverplate.
After one of our gemologists examines your diamond, we will make you a generous offer based on today’s market. It helps a lot if you bring any relevant paperwork such as original receipts, GIA certificates, etc. to help confirm weights, clarities and colors.
We are eager to make you an offer on your Rolex or other fine brand watch. Bring original boxes, paperwork, receipts, etc. E-Bay can be tricky because you are usually seeing asking prices, not the prices the pieces eventually sell for. We will make you a more-than-generous offer after we determine the authenticity, year and condition of your timepiece. This only takes a few minutes, by the way.
We buy virtually all gold coins and any American silver coins that are worth more than their face value.