What to Do with Old or Broken Jewelry

November 21, 2014
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Old or broken jewelry does not have to waste away in your jewelry box. If you have pieces that you no longer wear, your local jewelry store can help you find a solution. Keep reading to find out what to do with this old and broken jewelry.

Consider Getting It Repaired

Jewelry repair services offer you a viable solution that helps you fix the broken parts of your jewelry so you can continue to wear it. Whether you need a ring re-sized, a mount fixed, or a stone replaced, the jewelry store offers services that can restore your jewelry’s original aesthetic appeal. They can also clean or polish your jewelry, fix necklaces and bracelets, or restring your pearls.

Sell It for Cash

Local gold-buying services provide another way to deal with your old or broken jewelry. Gold buyers are interested in buying broken or used gold and silver. If you have bracelets, earrings, rings, chains, dental gold, charms, nuggets, or pendants, you should bring them in to the gold buyer to see if you can sell them.

Invest in New Pieces

If you do decide to sell your old or broken jewelry, you can use the money that you make from the sale to invest in new jewelry. Precious metals like gold and silver retain their value, which makes jewelry a great investment for the future. While you are at the jewelry store selling your old or unwanted pieces, you can check out some new jewelry that you might want to add to your collection.

At Fast-Fix Jewelry and Watch Repairs, we make it easy to figure out what to do with your old and unwanted jewelry. We offer jewelry and watch repair services to help restore the original appeal to your pieces. We also buy gold and silver to help you earn some extra cash when you need it. To learn more about our services, call (520) 696-0403 for the Tucson Mall location or (520) 514-9292 for the Park Mall.

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