If you have gold, silver, platinum or palladium jewelry sitting in a drawer, turn it into cash to help pay for all the fun you had this summer. Make an appointment at Richard Dolgin Private Jeweler to evaluate your unwanted jewelry and get the best price in the Kansas City area.Read More
We buy your gold, diamonds, and platinum. We pay cash and make the transaction as seamless and easy on your as possible.Read More
We are still buying your gold and diamonds to help you pay for that golden summer vacation.
Gold is still at a wonderful price. It is a good time to bring in your unwanted jewelry.
We will pay the fairest prices in the area for your treasures. Using state of the art equipment we will evaluate your valuables to give you the proper value.
For the best prices in the Kansas City area stop by Richard Dolgin Private Jeweler.
Your Summer vacation funds may be laying in your drawer.
It is a great time to gather your old treasures, inheritances, and unworn gold jewelry to sell. If you have gold jewelry with gemstones to sell we will use our knowledge in our discreet jewelry studio to assess your items to give you the fairest price possible.
Some of the articles we buy are re-purposed into custom jewelry projects. Others are sent to the refinery or sold on a wholesale level. When I buy your jewelry the end goal is to make some profit. If that is not possible I may choose not to purchase your item. When you sell your valuables you do not recoup the cost for the labor or profit originally captured in the retail price.
It is important to remember, the individual buying your old gold or diamonds, is not going to pay more than he pays within the industry. You are selling the pure metal and diamonds. You will still be receiving a fair price based on scrap value.
Gold used in jewelry is mixed with alloy which could be copper, silver, or nickel. After the alloys are added, these are the percent gold, The Karat System, used for jewelry.
- 100 % = 100 fine = 24 karat
- 91.7 % = 917 fine = 22 karat
- 75.0 % = 750 fine = 18 karat
- 58.5 % = 585 fine = 14 karat
- 41.6 % = 416 fine = 10 karat
When you sell metal that has alloy mixed, to lower the percentage of pure metal, you do not get paid for the alloy. In other words if a piece of jewelry is 10 karat gold, you will be paid for the 41.6% of pure gold; the 59.4% of alloy is melted away. The same goes for the other karat percentages. The only dollars paid for scrap are for the pure gold.
The vacation of your dreams may be on the horizon, paid for with that gold sitting in your drawer. Call to make an appointment to get the best prices in the Kansas City area.