Loans on Piaget watches in Beverly Hills & Los Angeles area
When booking an appointment for a valuation at Pawnbrokers of Rodeo Drive, you may be a little apprehensive – don’t worry though, the process is simple and you could receive same day loans on Piaget watches at our store in Beverly Hills. All you need to do is:
• Take your Piaget luxury watch to our Beverly Hills offices
• Allow our appraisal experts to inspect the condition of your watch
• Receive same-day finance based on the market value of your timepiece
• Collect your Piaget watch to enjoy once again after repaying your loan
Ascertaining the worth of your Piaget watch
As an esteemed manufacturer of Swiss luxury watches, Piaget rarely goes out of style. As such, most Piaget timepieces tend to hold their value or even appreciate in value over time. The condition, provenance and age of your item will all impact upon its value, however. Popular models like the Piaget Polo can fetch anything between £5,950 to £7,000 at auction, whereas fine jewellery pieces like the ladies’ Piaget Classic 18K can command over £35,000 under the hammer.
How old is your Piaget watch?
Over time, watches can get lost or damaged beyond repair – as a result, the number of older models on the market dwindles, increasing their rarity and value. Piaget began manufacturing the Altiplano in 1957. Original Altiplano models from this era can fetch over £27,000 at auction. To find out how old your Piaget luxury watch is, why not make an appointment for a free appraisal at Pawnbrokers of Rodeo Drive?
Verifying the authenticity of your Piaget luxury timepiece
If you’re wondering “what documents should I bring to pawn or sell my Piaget watch at your Beverly Hills shop?”, you should be aware that provenance can increase the value of your timepiece. Certificates of authenticity, proof of purchase receipts and any repair documentation should be produced where possible. This will allow our appraisal team to more accurately value your item.
What condition is your Piaget watch in?
It makes sense that a watch in perfect mechanical and aesthetic condition will be worth more than a watch with mechanical defects, scratches or dents. However, if a watch can be repaired to a good-as-new or almost-good-as-new condition, blemishes and mechanical issues shouldn’t affect its valuation too significantly.