Trade your old gold in for a credit toward your next custom design. We do not charge to remove gemstones & you can keep the gemstones we remove. Most jewelers offer to pay cash for 40-60% of your jewelry's "scrap value", we offer 90% if you trade it towards your next purchase.
SELLING YOUR JEWELRY
Selling your gold jewelry is not as easy as it may sound. You must find someone you trust and rely on to give you an honest evaluation of your gold and it's true value in the market place. Stay clear of internet sites, pawn shops and kiosks that only buy gold. They will not give you the best prices for your gold. And they may not be here tomorrow.
Instead, trust Independent jewelers such J. West Jewelry Designs who will give you an honest evaluation and fair price for your gold. We've built our referral business on honesty in everything we do. We were here yesterday, and we'll be here tomorrow.
ABOUT SCRAP GOLD
The term "Scrap Gold" usually refers to karat gold jewelry (10k or higher) that is broken, damaged, or out of fashion and no longer worn or wanted. When you "scrap out" your gold jewelry for cash, you are eliminating much of the cost in producing that particular piece of jewelry. All labor and mark-up at every level of the production of your jewelry item is lost. The cost of manufacturing, distributing & selling your piece of jewelry is lost. In addition, the cost of refining your scrap gold into pure gold is costly as well. The "Scrap Value" of your gold jewelry is based on it's Pure Gold Content and the value of Gold as a commodity on the world market. We use The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) Spot price to determine the value of your gold (See Live Gold Spot Chart Below). For example, you may have paid $1,000 for that 14k Gold wedding band, but the Scrap Value will be about $200. While most jewelers offer to pay cash for 40-60% of your jewelry's "scrap value", we offer 90% if you trade it towards your next purchase.
Trade Your Old Gold Trade in your old gold for a credit towards a new purchase, and you will receive 90% of your Pure Gold Scrap Value at NYSE rates, and you will Not incur Refining Fees!
FORMULA Alloy Gold Weight (oz) X Karat Factor X 90% X NYSE Spot = Scrap Value