Historically, gold has always held its own as one of the most precious metals. Stocks may crash but gold lives on, and it is acquired as much for wealth as it is for its aesthetic beauty and skilled craftsmanship.
In rough economic times, it is traditional to sell gold in order to make a little profit or extra cash.
If you have precious gold jewelry, handcrafted ornaments, antique gold items, estate jewelry and the like, you may not need to settle for scrap value.
Unlike many others who may assess your gold valuables at just the price of the metal, our staff will assess your gold ornaments in terms of jewelry craftsmanship and aesthetic value, in addition to the value of the gold.
Our trained jewelers can help you understand the pricing of gold and answer all of your questions.