What to do with unwanted silver jewelry in the mail?

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Jermain Blanda asked a question: What to do with unwanted silver jewelry in the mail?
Asked By: Jermain Blanda
Date created: Sun, Mar 28, 2021 4:54 AM
Date updated: Fri, Jul 1, 2022 2:05 PM

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  • Protect the piece in the mail by using a padded envelope and getting it insured. It’s a small price to pay to ensure that it arrives in mint condition. Unwanted silver jewelry doesn’t have to be relegated to the bottom of your jewelry drawer. Instead, consider selling it.

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There are specialist services, charities and other organisations who will take your unwanted or broken jewellery. Jewellery and watches are accepted by many charities. They can be recycled or re-sold to raise valuable funds. Always check the list of acceptable items shown on charity bags first - they do vary considerably.

Sell your silver to a pawn shop for a quick sale. You might be able to get cash for your silver by selling it or pawning it at a pawn shop. If you pawn it, this means you leave it at the pawn shop for an agreed time in exchange for a loan. Once you’ve paid that back, you will get your silver back.

You can mail us any material containing Silver. That includes used, unwanted or broken: Sterling Silver Jewelry, Silver Coins, Silverware, Silver bars .999, Ingots, Sterling Silver Flatware, Sterling Silver Tea Sets, Sterling Silver Serving Pieces, Silver Flake, Silver Paint, Silver Sludge, Silver Epoxy, Silver Solder and anything else you have

If you have expensive jewelry pieces, before giving your jewelry, get them appraised. It should be a specific appraisal as per the IRS guidelines: "Jewelry and gems are of such a specialized nature that it is almost always necessary to get an appraisal by a specialized jewelry appraiser.

To get the most out of your unwanted jewelry, you need to know what the jewelry is worth and where you should sell it. You also need to know yourself.

5. Take your silver to get appraised if you know a local professional. If you'd rather get your silver appraised in person, take it to a local antique shop, pawn shop, jewelry store, or similar dealer. They should be able to give you an estimate for how much money your silver is worth.

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