Sell My Jewellery in London
If you are looking to sell jewellery, you may approach to a jeweller or a pawnbroker, but this process may take lengthy and even costly. Unlike other items we buy and sell every day, each jewellery piece is unique. It is essential to establish the actual value of your jewellery considering its materials, size, weight, carat and condition whether you are planning to sell gold jewellery or vintage Cartier jewellery.
Where Can I Sell My Jewellery in London?
Many jewellery buyers in Hatton Garden and all over London will offer an average price of your diamond rings, watches, gold chains, pendants and any old unwanted pieces of jewellery you may want to sell for different reasons.
However, with more than 30 years of experience in dealing with all types of modern, antique and brand jewellery, Knightsbridge Watches is the best place to sell your precious jewel in London.
Selling Jewellery For Cash at Knightsbridge Watches?
We always pay premium prices for all signed jewellery pieces, Tiffany, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Harry Winston, Bvlgari, Mauboussin, Chaumet, Fred, David Webb, Boucheron, Faberge, etc. This list is not exclusive. Do not hesitate to contact us with any of your signed or unsigned pieces.
We also buy fine jewellery from every important design period; from 19th century Georgian and Victorian Jewellery; 20th century Edwardian, Art Nouveau and Art Deco jewellery all the way through the fabulous 40’s and 50’s up to the present day.
Jewellery Items We Buy
We provide a transparent and straightforward service. We will buy all types of styles of diamond and gold jewellery from necklaces to classic diamond studs – we provide a free valuation of each item individually at a top market price.
- Antique Jewellery
- Necklaces, Pendants & Earrings
- Diamond Rings
- Engagement Rings
- Wedding Rings & Jewellery
How Selling Jewellery for Cash Works?
It is important to remember there is a big difference between an appraised value of a piece of jewellery and an actual offer to buy. Appraisals for insurance are usually inflated and represent the replacement value if you were to purchase the piece again at full retail. An insurance value is typically much higher than the actual cash value. What determines the actual cash value is not necessarily how much you paid for the item but depends on the condition, age & marketability of the piece. Antique & vintage jewellery pieces in good condition may even sell for more than the original purchase price.