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What do I do with my old Jewelry?

We hear it all the time. “What do I do with my old jewelry? I have so much I never wear just sitting in a box.” Not to worry, we’ve got the answers you need!

What do I do with my old jewelry? Resell it!

Have a few pieces of fine jewelry from past relationships? Beautiful necklaces, rings, or other pieces, but because of their origin, you wouldn’t wear them again? You may be able to consign these pieces. Depending on a few factors, including quality and style, we may be able to help you. Consignment is sure way to get the most out of your old pieces of jewelry when parting with them. Check with our gemologist to see if your pieces are eligible for consignment at Serengeti West!

Sell your gold for cash

Selling cash for scrap gold is an excellent way to make extra money. Some styles don’t age well, while other pieces may have broken over time. Because you may not be interested in wearing these designs again, they make an excellent option for scrap gold. Serengeti West is happy to purchase your gold, platinum, and more for cash. We even offer a 20% bonus when that value is used in store, toward a new purchase.

Restyle old sentimental pieces!

what do i do with my old jewelry

We’re all familiar with heirloom jewelry. Perhaps you own something that has been passed down but needs some work. Or, maybe you’d like to re purpose stones from an outdated piece. We can help!

Customer Erin visited us with an heirloom masonic ring.

“The ring originally belonged to my great grandmother’s second husband. The setting had just been sitting around in my mom’s jewelry box since my grandma passed away back in 2001. She came across it recently and asked whether my husband Ken would like to wear it, if we replaced the stone. It originally held a 2+ carat diamond that my uncle used to propose to a long-ago girlfriend, who later disappeared with the stone. Of course, I got excited right away because I knew he would be into the design and history of the ring. Plus, it’s the companion to my great-grandmother’s engagement ring, which is part of my wedding set now (and which you’re currently refurbishing as well!).”

“I wanted to keep the wonderful eagle head prongs intact, so Janett came up with the idea of setting a bezel inside them…which happened to be the perfect size for the Chatham ruby from your collection! And a high-quality synthetic stone is totally period and style appropriate for the ring.
It turned out even more beautifully than expected, and the bezel looks as seamless as though it had been original to the ring.
Bringing the ring back to life was such a fun experience from beginning to end, and I’m so happy to have a special family piece back in use!”

Visit us and allow us at 951 Monterey Street, San Luis Obispo, and we’ll show you the possibilities with your own jewelry!