Selling or taking loans on my Diamond Earrings & Studs
Whether you own contemporary studs, large hoops, shining halos or elegant drop diamond earrings, they all have a market value which we can help you to release today. Your earrings may be antique and classic in style. They may look contemporary. Perhaps they are mounted in white gold, yellow gold, rose gold or platinum? We take all of these things into account when appraising and raising loans on diamond earrings & studs. You can rely on Pawnbrokers Rodeo Drive to give you a personal appointment and the time you deserve to chat through your needs in a discreet and sensitive way. We have vast experience selling, buying or arranging loans on diamond earrings and diamond studs, and we are ready to put our professional knowledge and skills to work just for you. You just need to get in touch and let us know, “I want to pawn or sell my diamond earrings or diamond studs.”
Need urgent funds?
We understand that everyone faces a shortage of funds from time to time. That is why our clients come to us looking to sell or access loans on diamond earrings and diamond studs every week. It is hard to say how much an individual pair of earrings or studs is worth without seeing them first. We also know that customers value their privacy. Everyone benefits from our system of personal no-obligation one-to-one appointments. The sessions enable us to take the time to authenticate your diamonds, assess their history, appraise clarity and cut, and then go on to offer you a fair loan.
The sky’s the limit!
Customers often say, “I want to pawn or sell my diamond studs or diamond earrings.” Of course, it is possible value a pair of cheap diamond stud earrings mounted in sterling silver for as little as $20. But we often handle exceptional diamond earrings which turn out to be worth hundreds and sometimes thousands of dollars. Where diamond earrings are concerned, the sky really is the limit. In 2016 the “Miroir de l’Amour” earrings fetched $17.6 million through auctioneers Christies. Since then, a buyer has snatched up a pair of non-matching diamond earrings for a total of $57.3. One of the pair, called the “Apollo Blue” earring sold for $42.1 million all on its own. Maybe it’s time to take a closer look at your own precious jewels?