Selling your old engagement ring or wedding ring can prove a difficult proposition emotionally, so why make the process even more convoluted by selling to a pawn shop or other place that buys gold...& guitars & guns & vacuum cleaners.... And don't even get me started on posting a craiglist ad & the types of people that might show up, giving you even more than you bargained for (& not in a good way). "We specialize in buying diamonds," note the diamond experts at The Diamond Lining, who are online exclusively, meaning no steep brick & mortar costs which translates into a more lucrative offer for you (as a rule of thumb, count on getting back about 25% of the purchase price of the ring). "We can quicky and accurately evaluate your ring and offer you top dollar because of our knowledge and expertise." Plus, you needn't leave the safety of your castle but when your ring does, it will arrive safely & you could be done with the entire transaction in about a week's time. They also have a lot of experience with vintage and antique pieces, so if you decide it's time to sell estate jewelry, be sure to keep them in mind. "No matter what the circumstances, we can help you understand the provenance, age, uniqueness and ultimately the value of any piece of estate jewelry that you might have."
The Diamond Lining has earned a flawless record & legions of happy & loyal customers, but if you do change your mind or decide their offer isn't for you, at least you'll have a reliable, non-binding quote and it will have cost you nada - except a great experience. "We never take our customers for granted," they add. "We know that some of your previous relationships have ended poorly, but we promise to always honor and be faithful to you, in sickness and in health, till death do us part."
- Lesley Scott
[Note: This was written in partnership with The Diamond Lining. The words & choice of artwork are mine.]