If you are in Scottsdale Arizona (or Phoenix, Tempe, Mesa, Sun City) and have loose diamonds or diamond jewelry to sell, your highest priority is finding the diamond buyer who will pay top dollar.
That's why The Estate Watch & Jewelry is the right choice for you. Our sparkling customer service is founded on honest and ethical transactions since we have always been more concerned with integrity than with profits.
You can expect:
- Professional evaluation
- Instant cash payment
- Discreet but upscale office environment to make you more comfortable with each transaction
Certified Gem Inspectors on Staff
All of our appraisals are performed by experts with Graduate Degrees from the Gemological Institute of America (GIA). We require this high threshold of knowledge from our appraisers and gemologists, so we can ensure our customers receive a fair and honest price for their diamond jewelry.
Whether you're looking to sell a 50-carat necklace, a small engagement ring, Cartier diamond earrings, or any other piece of fine jewelry, we possess the buying power to assist you, offering the best prices in the Valley for your gemstones.
We are the jewelry buyers that can guarantee prices no pawn shop can match.
Unlike shopping for other items, like electronic devices or clothes, the features of diamonds are not always obvious to the untrained eye. Here at our jewelry store, our GIA-certified gemologists will be more than happy to point out what exactly gives value to your diamond so you can feel confident when making your choices. You may think you have brought in a piece of unwanted jewelry, but that tiara just might happen to be part of Tiffany's fine jewelry set.
Buying diamonds is a personal experience
Gemstones like these can be bought as tokens of love and affection or signify major accomplishments. Our expert staff is here to ensure that you choose the right one, whether it's a Bulgari wedding ring or a Cartier classic.
Apart from the shape, there are four other major characteristics of a girl's best friend which make the stone truly exceptional.
The cut determines the stone's brilliance and sparkle and refers to facets, symmetry, and dimensions. If a stone comes loose in your diamond ring, you can inspect it better and see for yourself.
Our appraisers are here to tell you all the details related to your item. For instance, a heart-shaped diamond may have a shallow, deep, dull, or brilliant cut. The finer the cut, the greater the brilliance of your gemstone.
The color of the most popular among gemstones should be as close to non-existent as possible. An absolutely colorless diamond is rare, and thus very valuable. Even if you have a piece of old jewelry and you see that the precious metals have known better days, the stone should remain clear and unaffected by the passing of time.
The clarity is judged by the number of and types of diamond's natural characteristics - blemishes (on the surface) or inclusions (within the stone). The scale runs from Fl (flawless) to I3 (inclusions visible by the naked eye).
Gemstones are weighed in metric carats. 1 carat (0.2 grams) is divided into 100 points.
(Don’t confuse carat with karat, as in “18K gold,” which refers to gold purity.)
Two diamonds of equal weight can have very different values since the aforementioned characteristics also play a role in determining their worth.
Since just a fraction of a carat can make a considerable difference in cost, at Estate Watch and Jewelry we use industry-leading technology and software to ensure your valuables are appraised swiftly, accurately, and professionally with the pricing to match.
Whether you'd like to sell jewelry or purchase a charming diamond ring, diamond earrings or any other piece of fine jewelry, our GIA certified staff is here to make sure you get the best price in the Valley.