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  • Premier Icon Bregante
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    Did Adriana knock you back than?

    johndoh
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    Sell your ring?

    I heard Manningham Lane, Bradford is good for that sort of trade.

    Premier Icon andycs
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    Or Lumb Lane!

    k-sugden
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    Hi what size is it ? send me a pic I may be able to help you out email in profile.

    CountZero
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    Go to a proper goldsmith, not a jeweller, or those dodgy scam gold buyers who have stalls in shopping precincts.
    A goldsmith should give you the proper value for the gold as scrap, along with the value of the stone. They may buy it to sell complete, but I would trust a goldsmith over anyone else. Google or yellowpages for nearest. Sadly you’re nowhere near enough to give you the name of someone I know who’d buy it.

    Premier Icon bearnecessities
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    Did Adriana knock you back than?

    Wish she had.

    K-Sugden, it’s a P from memory; will get a pic taken tomorrow.

    EDIT: Oh and thank CZ, useful insight which I’ll look into.

    k-sugden
    Member

    Hi I am going away till Monday so will get back to you then a size P should fit the wife so if she likes the pic we may be able to work something out I am in Dewsbury so should be fairly close

    Premier Icon bearnecessities
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    No probs, not in a rush; all original boxes & GIA certificates present with ins valuation for £2400. I paid £2100 (have receipt).

    crankboy
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    Joe dean’s in ossett .

    Premier Icon bearnecessities
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    No, not that…pawnbrokers.

    I am now the owner of a ring, that is doing nothing, so will be getting shot. It is only 2 years old.

    It’s a good ‘un, and whilst I know s/h value plummets, is there anyone to avoid or recommend for selling to? I’d rather just go to one place that will give me a fair price and make their fair profit, rather than trawling from one place to another; can’t think that’ll make me feel very good.

    If anyone knows these things, it’s an 18t Rose Gold setting, GIA certified .56ct SI1, Colour E brilliant cut.

    Any suggestions?

    alanl
    Member

    Why not auction it?
    Tennants in Leyburn have a sale most weeks, they are selling a lot of gold tomorrow, have a look at their site tomorrow evening and see what the sale prices are like.
    They take a week or 2 to pay up, and charge 17.5% commission, but when I’ve sold stuff through them I’ve always been happy with the prices. I’ve got something being sold by them next week, a local shop had it in for 9 months on a sale or return and couldnt shift it, took it to Tennants and they said they would have no problem getting rid.

    http://www.tennants.co.uk/Catalogue/Sales/313.aspx

    CountZero
    Member

    You’re more than welcome. I’d hate to see you lose out on something of quality like that. Hope it works out ok.

    hora
    Member

    The thread title misleads..

    Premier Icon maccruiskeen
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    The op is selling his ring – you only rent yours 🙂

    hora
    Member

    Its a powerful ring.

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