Gold & Diamond Zone in Grand Rapids Michigan is born out of curiosity to do things differently, to question pricing traditions in the industry and connect our Customers with fine jewelry, as well as the best value and service. For over 15 years, we’ve been the best rated cash for gold Michigan based business in the market.

 

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We take care of our customers like they are part of the family. We feel so lucky because we have the BEST customers, many that have followed us for more than a quarter of a century.

Gold is finally rebounding after falling for 5 years. It’s a good time to sell unwanted, broken and scrap gold, especially in tough financial times due to COVID-19.

We Pay Cash for Gold Including:

  • 8k, 9k, 10k, 14k, 18k, 21k, 22k, 23k, 24k gold
  • Dental scrap gold including dental crowns, PFM porcelain fused metal, bridgework, grills and teeth
  • All types of jewelry including bracelets, rings, charms, pendants, class rings, wedding bands, engagement sets and more
  • Gold and unique coins
  • Bullion
  • Gold scrap including damaged and broken jewelry
  • Gold ingots
  • Fine and estate jewelry, art deco, brooches
  • Industrial precious metals
  • Gold nuggets, solder, placer gold, flower gold, and picker black sand
  • Gold alloys, sizing stock, screen and mesh
  • Polishing and buffing dust
  • Bench files and sweeps
  • Gold sponge, shot, findings and flake
  • Older Watches

For more information on selling your gold , contact one of our friendly and knowledgable specialists today! We will be the best cash for gold Michigan partner you could have.

How to Tell if Gold is Valuable

How can I tell if my items are Gold and is Valuable?

On gold pieces, look for Karat markings. Any one of these indicates that your jewelry is gold:

For 8 Karat you will see 375 – this is used primarily in items
For 10 karat you will see: , 10kt, or 417
For 14 karat you will see: , 14kt, or 585
For 18 karat you will see:  18kt, or 750
For 22 karat you will see .917

How to Tell if My Jewelry is Silver

Most silver jewelry is sterling silver and should be stamped with a hallmark of either “.925” or “sterling.” Sterling is 92.5% silver. The other 7.5% metal generally is copper.

If your jewelry is stamped “German Silver”, “E.P.N.S.(Electro Plated Nickel Silver), “Alpaca”, or “Nickel Silver” you don’t have sterling silver but rather you have an alloy of Nickel and copper with no silver. Unfortunately we don’t buy these items. If you can’t find the hallmarks on your jewelry, don’t worry. Bring it in and we will gladly test it for you at no cost.