Jewelry Buyer

Serving Fort Myers, Cape Coral and all of SW Florida.

As the name suggests, a jewelry buyer refers to a person who buys jewelry. Choosing quality jewelry at an affordable price is not an easy task. A thorough knowledge of the jewelry industry can assist the jewelry buyer in making the best choices when it comes to buying jewelry.

Before making a purchase, he/she should try to learn about the grading of the desired jewelry. Jewelry buying is considered a good investment. Nevertheless, if it is not done with utmost care, it may turn out to be a bad investment choice. The value of a piece of jewelry reduces as soon as you buy it.

An intelligent jewelry buyer will always be well-informed about the grading, making charges, current exchange rate, mountings and resale prices of different types of jewelry. This kind of knowledge allows better negotiation in bargaining for a fair price.

We Will Buy Your Jewelry

Gold Jewelry

We buy 10kt, 14kt, 18kt, and 22kt gold jewelry, or any karat gold you have. We even buy your gold jewelry regardless if it’s missing stones, broken, frayed, tangled or considered scrap. The highly trusted and professional associates at The Coin & Jewelry Exchange in Fort Myers will carefully sort your gold jewelry box and at no time will your items ever leave your sight.

You can be confident that your items will be cared for with the utmost respect. By using our equipment there are no unnecessary invasive procedures done to your gold jewelry without your consent.

Platinum Jewelry

We buy all types of platinum jewelry and bullion, including wedding sets, necklaces, bracelets, earrings, rings, Rolex watches or other high end brand platinum watches as well as assayed bars and coins. We also buy your platinum jewelry regardless if it’s missing stones, broken, frayed, tangled or considered scrap.

Our highly trained jewelry specialists employ state of the art techniques to evaluate your platinum jewelry quickly and accurately. This enables us to confidently pay out the most cash anyone can offer you for any of your platinum jewelry. We take considerable care and pride in being able to provide to you the best customer service.

Sterling Silver Jewelry

Our sterling silver jewelry experts employ sophisticated, state of the art techniques and rely upon years of experience to evaluate your items quickly and accurately. This combination of expertise and advanced techniques enables us to confidently pay out the most cash anyone in Fort Myers area can offer to you. We take considerable care and pride in being able to provide to you the best customer service. And, when it comes to separating, evaluating and making overly competitive offers on your sterling silver jewelry, our professionals are second to none.

Estate Jewelry

Estate jewelry refers to jewelry that had been owned by another person in the past. A piece of estate jewelry is considered an antique piece only if it is at least 100 years old. Some jewelry considered to be estate jewelry is Georgian, Late Victorian and Edwardian.

Here at The Gold and Jewelry Exchange, we are always looking for customers to bring in their vintage jewelry. Jewelry that has immense value are rings. Diamond rings or sapphire and ruby studded rings have a lot of value. We would be happy to look at what you have and give you a price.

Jewelry We Buy and Sell

  • Sterling Silver flatware
  • Silver spoons
  • Silver serving pieces
  • .925 flatware
  • Tiffany
  • Cartier
  • Dior
  • Diamond jewelry
  • Broken diamonds
  • Colored gem stones
  • Emeralds
  • Harry Winston
  • Van Cleve Carpels
  • Chanel
  • Columbian Emeralds
  • Opals
  • Sapphires
  • Rubies
  • Alexandrite
  • David Yurman
  • Hermes

The Coin and Jewelry Exchange is in no way associated with the Dealers or Brand names above.

Vintage Costume Jewelry

The term “costume jewelry” was coined in the 1920s, but jewelry and ornamentation made out of non-precious materials have been worn since ancient times. While it is sometimes labeled as “junk,” “fake,” or “fashion” jewelry, antique and vintage costume jewelry often incorporates workmanship and materials on par with, and sometimes better than, fine jewelry.
Costume jewelry can be characterized by the period:

Art Deco period (1920–1930s) Characteristics

The Art Deco development was an endeavor to join the cruelty of large-scale manufacturing with the affect-ability of craftsmanship and plan. It was amid this period that Coco Chanel acquainted outfit adornments with finish the ensemble. The Art Deco development passed on with the beginning of the Great Depression and the flare-up of World War II.

As indicated by Schiffer, a portion of the attributes of the ensemble adornments in the Art Deco period was:

  • Free-streaming bends were supplanted with a cruelly geometric and symmetrical topic
  • Long pendants, bangle arm ornaments, mixed drink rings, and expand frill things, for example, cigarette cases and holders

Retro period (1935-1950) Characteristics

In the Retro time frame, planners battled with the craftsmanship versus large scale manufacturing difficulty. Characteristic materials converged with plastics. The retro time frame principally included American-made adornments, which has a particular American look.

  • Marvelousness, style, and modernity
  • Blooms, bows, and sunburst outlines with a Hollywood style
  • Moonstones, horse themes, military impact, and ballet performers
  • Bakelite and other plastic gems

Art Modern period (1945-1960) Characteristics

  • Bold, lavish jewelry
  • Large, chunky bracelets, charm bracelets, Jade/opal, charm bracelets, citrine, topaz
  • Poodle pins, Christmas tree pins, and other Christmas jewelry
  • Rhinestones

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