North Scottsdale Loan and Gold is the only pawn shop you should turn to when you want someone to buy diamond jewelry. Whether it's diamond rings, diamond bracelets, or diamond earrings. We’ve over a decade of experience buying diamond jewelry, and are experts at evaluating a diamond’s true worth. It’s important to get the most accurate quote possible when you’re selling diamond jewelry. When we can be confident about your diamond jewelry, we can give you more cash than any other store you’ll find in Scottsdale.
Professional, Trained Associates
Our associates at North Scottsdale Loan and Gold have achieved skills taught by GIA certified gemologists. For those who don’t know, the GIA (Gemological Institute of America) are the main governing body for diamond grading across the United States. Any new diamond jewelry you buy will come with a little card that evaluates the four most important diamond metrics: cut, color, clarity and carat. Let’s talk our evaluation process.
So when you decide to come down to our Scottsdale pawn shop, one of our associates will take your diamond jewelry piece and ask some questions. With that said, if you’ve purchased it from a jewelry store, bring the certification that came with it. Although, if not, we can evaluate for you.
The Appraisal of a Diamond Buyer
That will start with the 4 C's.
The first thing we’ll do is look at the cut of the diamond. The cut refers to the shape of the diamond, like round brilliant, emerald, princess, etc. Round Brilliant certainly takes the top of this list as the most expensive kind of diamond cut. Any larger kind of diamond setting is most certainly going to be round brilliant as it’s the most desirable.
The next aspect we’ll evaluate is the color of the diamond. Again, for those of us who don’t know, diamonds come in all sorts of colors. Diamonds come from clear, to blues, yellows, browns, anything you can imagine. The rarest of colors are clear diamonds. This isn’t to be confused with our next metric, Clarity.
Clarity takes into account a lot of other factors such as inclusions, or surface wear and tear. An inclusion is essentially an inside fracture of the diamond itself, or a spot. Sometimes you can purchase a diamond that has been “filled” by injecting something into the diamond. Clarity also looks for spots of cloudiness in the stone. These are called blemishes.
Lastly is one of, if not the, most important factors: Carat. The carat of a diamond is essentially how large it is. When you have a diamond that’s in a gold, silver, or platinum setting, however, it can be tough to estimate. Combining both the cut and surface area of the top of the stone we can get incredibly close to the actual carat size.
Making a Cash Offer
Combining all four of these metrics, our associate will then make you a cash offer for your diamonds. If your diamonds are set in some other kind of precious metal (gold, silver, platinum) we’ll weigh it separately. For our gold and silver jewelry buying process, just click on either of the gold/silver links. Therefore, we add these two prices together and come up with a final price, your cash offer price for selling your diamond jewelry. When you accept, we’ll collect a few signatures, take your item from you, and put cold, hard cash in your hand. In Phoenix, Tempe, and Scottsdale, you won’t get more cash for your diamonds than from us.
North Scottsdale Loan and Gold has been the leading diamond jewelry buyer for over a decade, and will continue to be for decades to come.
Cash in Mere Minutes
While each diamond is appraised on a case by case basis, North Scottsdale Loan and Gold can almost guarantee that we will get you the most cash for your diamond jewelry. Most importantly, we pride ourselves on getting people the cash they deserve by paying top dollar for these items.
Your experience with a pawn shop doesn't have to be shady, and you don't have to feel like your diamond jewelry is being undervalued. We believe in paying fair market value for not only your diamonds, but the gold, silver, or platinum setting that it's housed in as well. Without the fine citizens of Scottsdale, we wouldn't be the leading pawn shop in town, and paying the most cash for diamond jewelry is our way of giving back.
Give us a call at (480) 443-4653 if you have any questions, use our live chat at the bottom of the screen, or just swing on by. No appointment necessary, and we're happy to give you a free quote and help you evaluate your options at no cost whatsoever to you.