We take jewellery, coins, bars, and other items like watches and ornaments.
Most buyers in Australia prefer appointments, so it‘s a good idea to call ahead.
The purity (karat), weight, current market prices, and craftsmanship all impact value.
Cleaning is recommended, but avoid using harsh chemicals; a gentle polish is sufficient.
Karats indicate prices gold price, purity; 24k is pure gold, while 18k is 75% gold, and 14k is 58.3%.
Look for hallmarks or stamps on your items, or ask a professional to test the purity.
Shop around, compare offers, and choose a buyer who are trusted and offers a competitive price.
Yes, we purchase damaged and unwanted items that you have at home and no longer want; they will be assessed based on weight and purity.
Finding a trusted buyer is important. Check for licensing, read reviews, and ask for identification before your transaction.
Yes, you can negotiate the price, especially if you have multiple offers to compare.
You can typically choose between cash, cheque, bank transfer, or store credit.
Research online, consult with experts, or visit local jewellers for guidance.