Where to Sell Silver Jewelry | Silver Jewelry Buyer – Las Vegas, NV
Sell Silver Jewelry
Silver is a precious metal known for its silvery-white appearance. Pure silver is incredibly soft and can get damaged easily. As a result, jewelers often mix it with other metals when making jewelry to make it more durable. When referring to silver jewelry, it is often synonymous with sterling silver which is 92.5% silver and 7.5% copper. Sterling silver is the most common type of silver in making silver jewelry. Read below to learn more about selling silver jewelry, silver jewelry buyers, and where to sell silver jewelry.
Where to Sell Silver Jewelry
If you’re thinking of selling your silver jewelry, Nevada Coin Mart is the best place to sell them! We have been in business for more than two decades and our expertise in dealing with silver jewelry is unparalleled. We use a state-of-the-art x-ray spectrometer to evaluate your items, this is to ensure that you are getting the best prices in the market.
Silver Jewelry Buyer
Nevada Coin Mart is the LARGEST silver jewelry buyer in Las Vegas and Henderson, NV. We also give the best prices for your items and we always pay in cash. So when you are in a pinch and need some quick cash sell your silver jewelry to us!
We are open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. every day of the year. Visit us at Nevada Coin Mart®, 4065 S. Jones Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89103, or call us at 702-998-4000 for more details.
At approximately 3000 BC mining efforts drastically increased due to the increasing value of silver worldwide. At approximately 2500 BC, the Chinese have developed their silver refining technique. As a result, they were able to make it more in demand and easier to mine.
Over time, Greek mines became the largest suppliers of silver globally. Centuries later, Spain emerged to power using its own silver deposits. As a result, Spain became the major supplier of silver in the region. They also traded silver for valuable goods such as spices.
In the discovery of North America and South America, the global demand for silver skyrocketed. Mexico and Peru were discovered to have silver mines that outweighed the recently mined silver deposits to the east. Peru and Mexico were soon able to produce more than three-quarters of the world’s silver.
With new technologies came new ways to mine silver and new refining processes to increase its value in both uses and beauty. Mexico and Peru continue to produce the greatest amount of silver in the world today. Australia is a distant third producer of silver. Mexico supplies one-fifth of all silver in the world.
Silver jewelry is available in a wide range of designs and textures. Traditionally, silver jewelry is highly polished and gleams brightly in the light. With its silver but slightly darker finish, it gives silver the appearance of white gold. However, since it is cheaper than gold, it can be hard to sell silver jewelry for an impressive price. Luckily, you can bring it Nevada Coin Mart where you can get the best deals in Las Vegas.