SELLING YOUR JEWELLERY
Some jewellery just isn't forever. If you are looking to turn your old and unwanted jewellery or gold into cash, there are some things you need to know to give yourself the best chance of getting a good deal. Before you begin selling your items you may wish to learn more about insurance, valuations, and diamond certificates. You may also be interested in how to calculate gold prices, other precious metals prices and read a few tips on getting the best price.
GOLD AND METAL PRICES
Calculate gold and other precious metal prices to find out what your jewellery is potentially worth.
Selling to another member of the public. This can be done through avenues such as eBay, Facebook Marketplace or other public notice boards. It's a good idea to have a valuation of the item.
SECOND HAND DEALERS
A second hand dealer is a person or business who has a license to buy your second hand jewellery. This license requires them to submit sale details to a centralised database to make sure items have not been marked as lost or stolen. Search for a second-hand dealer via our directory*
Depending on the value and/or number of items you may wish to sell the jewellery through an auction house. There may be a minimum value requirement, terms and conditions, commission and/or other administrative fees charged.
* This is not an exhaustive list as JAA does not issue the licences