In the last twenty years, gold has increased in value by over six times. In 1999, gold was $278.86 per ounce. Today, in 2019, it is $1303.16 per ounce to buy. If you're one of the lucky ones who held on during this last twenty year rush, then you're in the money. Or perhaps you inherited some jewelry. Gold has grown tremendously and people are travelling all over Arizona trying to find out where to cash theirs in and pick up some more.
If you've got gold, you're now wondering where to sell gold in Phoenix . Well, we found where you can bring your golden nuggets (or golden necklaces). That place is none other than E.D. Marshall Jewelers. Just over 20 years ago, around the same time that gold was selling for just under $300 an ounce, E.D. Marshall Jewelers opened their doors. After almost forty years in the manufacturing and jewelry design business, the demand led them to open up a retail spot in Scottsdale, Arizona. Soon after, they opened up a few more locations (including Phoenix) and people began finding out a special secret: They buy and sell gold here!
You too can learn how to sell gold in Phoenix , Arizona (along with Glendale, Tempe, Surprise, Avondale, and their flagship store in Scottsdale). E.D. Marshall Jewelers has been serving Arizona citizens since 1971. They became known for their unique reputation for owning the biggest selection of GIA certified diamonds in Arizona.Their main inventory consists of modern princess cut as well as vintage oval shaped diamonds. They also have a huge selection of rubies, sapphires, emeralds, and even South Sea pearls. Their holdings consist also of estate jewelry and luxury watches (pre-owned and new).
On top of being a luxury retailer for silver and jewelry, they got their start operating as manufacturers of luxury jewlery designs. They have done business with top luxury retailers such as Sakowitz, Capriccio Fine Jewelry, Saks Fifth Avenue, and many more lavish specialty stores throughout the country for many years.
But that's not all E.D. Marshall Jewelers is known for. Shortly after opening the Jewelers division, they began buying and selling gold.
There are a few places you can go to sell your jewelry and pawn shops will offer cash for your gold. The real question to ask is, should you hold on to your gold or sell it? It's increased over six times in value in twenty years. Sell it off or buy more? Lucky for you, E.D. Marshall Jewelers is offering the highest prices to anyone looking to get rid of their old, unused gold. They will accept everything from gold forks, knives spoons, utensils, plates. They will also buy your gold shaving kits, baby rattles, and more. If you have gold of (nearly) any kind, you're in luck. Plus, if you're looking to stock up on more gold, this is the place for you.
E.D. Marshall Jewelers will teach you everything you need to know about your gold, from what the value of your gold is with an appraisal, to exatly how much cash they will offer you on the spot. Plus, if you are wanting to pan for more gold, they have a huge selection of luxury items to pick from. By offering the highest price for gold, E.D. Marshall Jewelers is the best choice for everything you need to know about buying or selling gold.
You can visit the gorgeous E.D. Marshall Jewelers showrooms that show off the craftsmanship and design prowess E.D. Marshall Jewelers for all of your jewelry needs in any of the five locations mentioned above. The flagship store is located at 10261 N Scottsdale Road in Scottsdale, AZ. For more information, you can call them at 480-922-1968 or contact them through their website, https://edmarshalljewelers.com/
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