What do you do with old engagement rings?
There’s no consensus when it comes handling wedding rings post divorce, though there are some options that come up again and again.
- Donate it. The woman in our original piece, Jordana Horn, sold her wedding band and gave the proceeds to charity.
- Return it.
- Repurpose it.
- Sell it.
- Throw it away.
Where can I sell my engagement ring for the most money?
The best place to sell your engagement ring
|1||Diamond specialist||$2,300 – $2,500|
|2||Local jeweler||$1,500 – $2,000|
|4||‘We buy gold’ store||$1,300 – $1,500|
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How much can I get for my engagement ring?
Between just us friends, you can get anywhere from 20% to 70% of your diamonds retail price. The price is such a wide range because it depends how you go about selling your ring. Selling it on consignment will earn you a different dollar amount than selling directly to a dealer.
Can you sell a ring you found?
The diamond ring that you found on the ground is not yours. If you wish to sell it to get the most value, it is advisible to go to a reputed certified dealer who in most probability will ask for the original purchase invoice and certificate.
Is it better to pawn or sell jewelry?
Pawning your jewelry is a really good option for two reasons. First, it’s great if you need money quickly but you also want to keep your jewelry. Second, because the pawn shop doesn’t have to worry about having to sell your jewelry, you’ll probably get more money. Shop around at different pawn shops or jewelers.
What can I do with my grandma’s wedding ring?
What Should I Do With My Grandmother’s Jewelry?
- Wear it. Many people decide to wear the jewelry they inherited, often because it fits their style and it’s nice to honor your grandmother or grandfather.
- Remake it.
- Break it up and share it.
- Put it away for a while.
- Trade it for something new.
- Sell it.