Diamonds are in Demand
Selling a diamond, engagement ring, or wedding band can sometimes evoke strong emotions. Whether you are feeling nostalgic, sad, or curious about your jewelry’s value, the team at Samuelson’s is committed to guiding you through the process. We understand that diamond jewelry is personal, which is why we offer a private, one-on-one experience, personalized to your needs — so you can feel comfortable and confident in your decision to sell.
Diamonds We Buy
At Samuelson’s, we buy most diamonds and will evaluate your diamond jewelry regardless of whether you have access to certification or appraisal papers.
We buy most engagement rings and will evaluate engagement rings of all shapes and sizes 1ct or larger, even if they are damaged or lacking the certification papers.
We buy diamond studs of all cuts and sizes.
We buy diamond jewelry of all kinds including pins & brooches, necklaces, bracelets, rings, earrings, and more.
We buy most wedding bands and will evaluate your band regardless of damage or a lack of certification papers.
If you are ready to sell your diamond necklace, we will evaluate it regardless of condition. We buy diamond necklaces of all shapes and sizes.
Loose Diamonds & Shapes We Buy
We buy loose diamonds of all shapes including round, oval, pear, cushion, emerald, radiant, heart, princess, marquise,
asscher, as well as Old European cut diamond and mine cut diamonds.
How It Works
Schedule your private appointment with one of our experts, or mail in your item through our free and secure shipping service.
A trusted expert will inspect your item’s condition and authenticity for an honest evaluation.
You receive an unbeatable offer and receive payment via check immediately.
We Pride Ourselves In Our Discretion, Honesty, & Transparency
Our expert buyers will examine your diamonds thoroughly and put together a formal assessment that will include information on the diamond’s pedigree as well as the demand for the diamond on the international market before giving you an offer.
Our expert buyers will inspect based on color, clarity, cut, carat and the setting type.
Our evaluation process covers factors that can impact diamond prices, like depth, table, and fluorescence.
We will conduct some detailed research on its current market value.
We will examine original documentation and packaging, if any.
Visit One Of Our Locations
Work with one of our trusted jewelry buyers and receive an unbeatable offer while getting a wealth of education along the way.
Safe & secure shipping made easy
Live outside the DMV area? We provide you prepaid shipping labels to send your items securely.
Diamonds & Rings We’ve Bought
GIA Certified Oval 2.60ct J VVS1 Diamond 14K White Gold Split Shank Halo Engagement Ring
GIA Certified 1.04 Carat Round Diamond Engagement Ring Platinum Twist Pave Band
GIA Certified 0.99 Carat Round Diamond Engagement Ring 14 Karat Gold
1.50 CTW Round Diamond Stud Brilliant Cut Earrings 14k White Gold 4-Prong Classic Studs Push Back
Get in touch to learn more about our buying or selling options, or to schedule an in-person or virtual appointment.
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