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diamondrose.jpgNaperville Jewelry & Coin Buyers is always buying diamonds in any shape or size for immediate top cash payment. We believe that the more informed you are you will be assured that we are giving you the best money for your valuables so read below to see how we purchase diamonds.

Price is determined by a number of factors:

  • Color & Clarity
  • Carat weight
  • Shape
  • Cut & Proportion
  • Marketability

As professional appraisers we will evaluate these factors while you watch & wait to determine the value of your diamond.  We will then make you a high cash offer.  There is never any obligation for you to sell.  When you accept our offer payment is made immediately on the spot.

APPRAISALS & THE VALUES THEY REPRESENT

An insurance appraisal represents a high estimate of replacing the diamond at a retail jewelry store.  It includes the cost of exactly reproducing your item as well as the jeweler's expenses & profit.  An insurance appraisal value is not an actual cash value.  Insurance appraisals ignore the condition, marketability and style of the item.  Thus an insurance appraisal will always be much higher than the actual cash value.

If you have items for sale you need cash offers not an appraisal.  Cash offers from a jeweler or diamond dealer will help you determine the actual cash value of your items.  An offer is the actual cash price someone will pay you on the spot for your jewelry & diamonds.  A jeweler or dealer that suggests a consignment is not making an offer.  Frequently consignments never sell or may take many months or years to sell.  Remember the jeweler will want to sell his or her merchandise first.

IS MY APPRAISAL OR RECEIPT NECESSARY?

If you have your appraisal or receipt, it can be helpful so bring them in with your diamond.  However, they are not necessary as Naperville Jewelry & Coin Buyers has a staff of GIA trained professional appraisers.  If your diamond has an independent third party laboratory grading certificate from GIA or EGL be sure to bring it in with your diamond.  

 




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