Good morning and happy Monday!!! At the Charleston Jeweler, we prioritize our clients and treat them like family. We do our very best to make you feel welcomed. Selling an old piece of jewelry, or an engagement ring that is no longer being used is sometimes not the easiest process, both mentally & emotionally. We want to make sure that you are first and foremost comfortable doing so. . We understand that sometimes the reason for selling your jewelry is due to hard times or unhappy times. We always ask our clients a couple of questions after giving a quote for their items:
- do you wear it?
- have you worn it in within the last 6 months?
- Do you feel a strong emotional attachment to the jewelry?
If the answer is a "yes" to any of these, we prefer to not buy something you still love and cherish so dearly. We see a variety of situations due to which a client might consider selling their items. These include loss of a loved one, divorce, estate settlement, an old family heirloom that is no longer being used. We are extremely delicate and understanding of your pieces and do our very best to offer the reasonable advice on selling your jewelry the best way possible, where it benefits you the most. Selling old jewelry can bring back many emotions and feelings, and it is totally okay to feel a certain way about it.
We have had many experiences with our clients that came in to sell their jewelry due to unforeseen circumstances and negative experiences, but they live with a smile on their face. Consider it a way for it to relieve you of your extra baggage, that may have been taking an emotional toll on you.
We are very honored to be the reason when we are able to put a smile on a clients face due to a simple procedure, where both parties can benefit mutually.
Trust your jeweler and the source through which you are selling your jewelry. We assure you that you are in great hands and will have a very positive experience at The Charleston Jeweler! Call us today to get your hassle-free consultation appointment set up! We look forward to meeting with you.