Jewelry is one of the best investments one can make. You can wear it and enjoy its beauty, but you can also turn it into cash whenever needed. This is a comprehensive list where you can sell gold jewelry in Baltimore, so take a look at the names on the list and try to find the best deal for your valuable items.

You can sell everything from necklaces and bracelets to gold earrings with or without precious gems. As various dealers may have different offers, you have to get in touch with a few of them in order to find the best deal for the specific jewelry items you need to turn into cash.

East Baltimore Jewelers & Gold Buyers

217A E Baltimore St, Baltimore, MD 21202

(515) 999-5675

Samuelson's Diamonds

419 W Baltimore St, Baltimore, MD 21201

(410) 837-0290

Tu Vida Jewelry & Design

300 E Fort Ave, Baltimore, MD 21230

(410) 814-3744

Precious Stones

2401 Liberty Heights Ave # K13, Baltimore, MD 21215

(410) 669-0054

Creative Jewelry Designer

4805 Nelson Ave, Baltimore, MD 21215

(410) 367-8080

Shaw's Jewelers

7810 Eastpoint Mall, Baltimore, MD 21224

(410) 282-8777

Betty Cooke Designer Jewelry

24 Village Sq, Baltimore, MD 21210

(410) 323-2350

B & R Retail Group

2401 Liberty Heights Ave, Baltimore, MD 21215

(410) 225-4444

Rebecca Myers Jewelry Designs

2010 Clipper Park Rd Ste 109, Baltimore, MD 21211

(410) 889-3393

New Golden Names Jeweler

7839 Eastpoint Mall, Baltimore, MD 21224

(410) 282-4242

Amaryllis Inc

127 Warren Ave, Baltimore, MD 21230

(410) 234-0101

Lou Zulu Jewelry Store

7045 Toby Dr, Baltimore, MD 21209

(410) 484-1757

Studio C Jewelry & Gifts

824 W 36th St, Baltimore, MD 21211

(410) 444-7979

Kay Jewelers

7807B Eastpoint Mall, Baltimore, MD 21224

(410) 285-5521

Sell Gold Jewelry For Cash

Unfortunately, we live in an economic difficult time where layoffs are commonplace. People are scrambling to find whatever type of work they can so that they can provide for their families. This can put a lot of undue stress and pressure on each family member, especially the parents.

If you are in such a situation and require a few dollars to get you through until you find a new job, you might want to consider this. You might be able to sell gold jewelry that you have laying around the house. Most families have jewelry that they are no longer using. They may also have some jewelry in their home that was inherited from deceased family members.

If you do have some jewelry that is sitting in a bedroom drawer or jewelry box and is not being used you should take it down to your nearest jewelry store and see how much money you can get for it. Gold jewelry that has a 10 or 14 carat stamp is worth money. A reputable jewelry store will be able to provide you with how much each piece of jewelry is worth.

In fact, you may want to take your jewelry for an appraisal to more than one jewelry store. Not all jewelry store employees appraise jewelry in the same way. A reputable jewelry store appraiser will provide you with honest answers about your particular piece of jewelry.

Besides the gold or silver content that the jewelry may have it may also have precious stones. A reputable jeweler will inform you whether these stones have any separate value. Receiving a few dollars by selling your often forgotten gold jewelry is a great idea if you require a few dollars to pay bills or get by until your next job comes off.