The most valuable aspect of an engagement ring is usually the main diamond. When selling your engagement ring in Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Pembroke Pines, Hollywood, Miramar, Coral Springs, Palm Beach, Plantation, Boca Raton, Deerfield Beach, Weston, Fort Meyers, Delray Beach, Wellington, Jupiter, Coconut Creek or any other South Florida city, you will want to be sure that the buyer you choose is a qualified gemologist with a wealth of diamond grading experience. This will help to ensure that you are receiving an accurate valuation which reflects the current market value of your diamond.
Where to sell my Engagement Ring?
You can take comfort in the fact that all of our engagement ring buyers are experienced gemologists, knowledgeable in all modern diamond grading techniques. They will assess your diamond using a meticulous process which covers all of its characteristics. If your diamond possesses a certificate or appraisal, we should be able to provide you with an estimate or offer prior to the actual consultation appointment.
How your engagement ring is evaluated
When selling your engagement ring, we will provide detailed offers for all of its components. This enables you to verify that you are receiving the highest possible value for each aspect of the
Center Diamond
The main diamond is typically the most valuable aspect of an engagement ring. This makes it extremely important that you sell your engagement ring to an experienced diamond expert. Your diamond’s color, cut, clarity and carat weight, along with other secondary factors such as fluorescence, will determine its value. If the diamond is certified by a gemological laboratory such as EGL, IGI, AGS, etc… we can provide you with an estimate, prior to actually seeing the ring in person. GIA is the most reliable certification laboratory. The unrivaled accuracy of their diamond certificates enable us to make instant offers for GIA certified engagement rings, based solely on the information contained in their reports.
Learn more about the factors which determine a diamond’s value in our diamond information center.
Accent Diamonds
Accent diamonds add to the value of your engagement ring. Through an inspection of their size and quality, we will determine their total value. We provide individual offers for any accent diamonds above 0.15cts.
Metal Content
We offer the full melt value for the gold or platinum content of your engagement ring. This means that we will offer you the same refinery values, around 98% scrap value, which jewelry stores and gold buyers receive when they sell their gold.
Why sell your engagement ring to us?
Professional Associations
We are upstanding members of a number of professional organizations, including the Better Business Bureau, Jewelers Board of Trade, Miami Chamber of Commerce and The World Federation of Diamond Bourses. You can take confidence in the fact that, when selling your engagement ring to us, you are dealing with a 100% trustworthy and reputable company.
Fluid Prices
The Diamond and Jewelry market is constantly evolving. We do not adhere to any price structures and constantly monitor diamond value trends, ensuring our offers reflect the maximum value of your engagement ring.
Any qualified engagement ring buyer should have a wealth of experience in the diamond and jewelry industry. All of our buyers have completed the rigorous Gemological Institute of America gemology courses and have been working within the industry for decades.
No Obligation
We guarantee that you will never feel any pressure to sell us your engagement ring. Our offers stand for one week, allowing you to contemplate the price and make a confident sale decision. Should you decide not to sell us your diamond after it has been removed from its mounting, our jewelers will remount the diamond and polish the ring as a free courtesy.
We understand that selling an engagement ring is a delicate process. Shopping your engagement ring to numerous buyers can be a time consuming and unwanted stress. We hope that our personal and pressure free services help to make your experience a positive one. Below we have listed some support resources: