Sell Zales Diamond Jewelry Online

    If you are wondering where to sell Zales diamond jewelry, myGemma is here to help. We help our customers get the best price for their Zales jewelry, based on the current secondhand market. Selling Zales engagement rings, bracelets, necklaces or any other type of jewelry is made easy with our fast service and competitive offers.

    Sell Zales Diamond Jewelry Online

    Sell Zales Diamond Jewelry Online

    An internationally recognized jewelry brand, Zales’ story began in Wichita Falls, Texas in 1924. Founded by M.B. Zale, William Zale, and Ben Lipshy, it started as a single store, which sold its jewelry alongside appliances and cameras, only to become one of the most well-known names in jewelry retailers. Jewelry bought at Zales is highly desired, and can be resold into the market so you can receive a return on old or unwanted items.

    Why Should I Sell My Zales Diamond Jewelry To myGemma?

    The best way to sell Zales jewelry is to work with qualified designer and diamond jewelry buyers. At myGemma, our excellent team of GIA trained gemologists and designer jewelry experts help you get the true value of your piece. Get a quick initial price estimate from our team have your money in as little as 24 hours of accepting our final offer. If you check our online reviews from previous customers, you will see that we are a trusted diamond buyer, and the perfect choice for selling your Zales jewelry.

    How To Sell Zales Diamond Jewelry For The Best Price

    As a rule of thumb, you can expect 20%-25% back of the original price. Because the Zales jewelry you will be selling to myGemma will be secondhand, it has to be compared to the secondhand market which is less than retail price. The reason for this difference between retail and secondhand values is because stores, such as Zales, mark up their jewelry significantly. Zales brand name recognition and heavy marketing costs explain their high retail prices.

    What Should I Include When I Send My Zales Jewelry?

    When you send in your jewelry make sure to include the box that it came in, and any papers or certificates of authenticity. If you have it, please include the receipt to further authenticate your purchase.