Bridal & Engagement
Peter Indorf Designs can help you dispose of unwanted precious jewelry, precious metal watches, diamonds, colored gemstones and coins.
We have served our customers since we began in 1972. As members of the American Gem Society, we pledge to conduct our business with professionalism, ethics and with consumer protection.
We will give you some options:
Most consumers are confused by the value of their items. They think that a jeweler will pay them as much or more than the purchase price. Below you will find a good explanation.
The term "Precious Metal Scrap" usually refers to 10 to 22 karat gold, platinum or silver jewelry that is broken, damaged, or out of fashion and no longer worn or wanted. When you sell your precious metal jewelry for scrap, you are eliminating much of the cost in producing that particular piece of jewelry. All labor and mark-up at every level of the production of your jewelry item is lost. The cost of manufacturing, distributing and selling your piece of jewelry is lost. In addition, the cost of refining your scrap gold into pure gold is costly as well. The "Scrap Value" of your precious metal jewelry is based on it's pure metal content and the value of the precious metals are sold as a commodity on the world market. We use The New York Stock Exchange Spot price to determine the value of your gold.
For example, you may have paid $1,000 for your 14k Gold wedding band, but the scrap value will be about $200 to $300. While most jewelers offer to pay cash for 40-60% of your jewelry's "scrap value", we offer 90% if you trade it towards your next purchase
If there is sentimental value, we can also redesign or restyle your old jewelry into something new and wonderful; so whether it is a style that is no longer appealing, or something inherited that will never be worn, we can work with you to custom make a stylish piece that still retains your family history.
So call today 321-914-0118 and we can dicuss your needs and answer any questions you may have.