jewelry-box

Make money from the inside of your jewellery box…

You could be making extra cash this Winter. No, really… you could!

Take a look inside your cupboards and drawers and see what you have lying around! It could be old jewels from relatives, unwanted hand me downs, bracelets or chains that you’ll never wear again, or have never worn before!

You can make cash from these items with us at Gold Reserves! We pay CASH for your unwanted jewellery – it could be gold, silver or diamonds.

Why would you want to sell? 
You might be saving for Christmas, have children or family with things on their Christmas list that you need the extra pounds for! You might want to even treat yourself OR buy a new piece of jewellery. The cash you make from selling your jewellery with us, can be used on bills, a big night out, a treat for the family, a deposit on something you love… it’s totally up to you!

Gold Reserves will aim to beat any genuine quotation that you get from one of our competitors. Plus, if your items are re-sellable then we’ll offer you more than any ‘scrap buyer’ in the market place.

What do you need to bring with you? 
We are one of the few companies in the Country that has signed up for ‘The Gold Standard’ which is a code of conduct for best practice in the purchase of jewellery from the public.

As part of the conditions of The Gold Standard, we have to ensure the production of adequate proof of ID before we agree to purchase. Acceptable forms of ID are:

  • Driving Licence
  • Passport
  • Bus Pass
  • Student Card

If these are not acceptable we can also accept:

  • An official letter/Bill/Statement PLUS a valid bank or credit card in the same name

If you have any questions regarding suitable ID, please telephone the relevant branch (Contact details at the bottom of this page).

So come and see us and find out how much you can make from items just lying around in your home or pieces of jewellery that you think could be put to better use other than sitting in a cupboard, or jewellery box never being worn!