Diamonds are said to be a girl’s best friend. Whether this is true or not, they are pretty to look at and are very expensive. Most engagement rings contain one or more diamonds. Jewellery designed with gemstones and diamonds are preferable choices to give as presents. So, what do you do with jewellery like a ring that no longer has value to you? Where will you be able to sell the diamond ring for cash?
Liquid Finance is the answer to these, and other, frequently asked questions. Liquid Finance is a jewellery buyer, which offers you cash for jewellery. Whether you want to sell diamonds, gold or platinum, we will be able to assist you.
If you want to sell an item like a diamond ring, you can make an appointment by e-mailing us to set a time that will be convenient for both parties. The appointment will be held at our offices in the Diamond Centre in Johannesburg. Liquid Finance has been in this line of work for many years and experience has taught us that it is the safest way for clients and buyers to work within a secure office as opposed to a retail store.
This presents a chance to have a private and discreet meeting. During the appointment, the ring will be evaluated with special test equipment and a price will be offered. If you are satisfied with the proposed amount offered, an EFT bank transfer will be made immediately.
It you want to get rid of a piece of jewellery that once had significance but now belongs in the past, do not hesitate to sell it and make some money in the process. Since we all tend to horde items without realising it, this can also be the best time to gather other unwanted pieces to be evaluated and have their value determined. You might be sitting on a treasure without knowing it.
Liquid Finance is an experienced, licenced buyer of unwanted jewellery. Turning jewellery into cash is our main objective. We also buy individual, unset diamonds at your convenience. If you are looking for an accurate jewellery evaluation, please contact us today. Alternatively, you can phone us on 087 5503484 or visit http://liquidfin.co.za/ for any information or questions you might have.