Sell Silver Chain to the Best Silver Buyer in Las Vegas & Henderson

Metal chains are used in jewelry to encircle body parts such as the collar, wrists, and ankles and serve as hanging points for decorative charms and pendants. Unlike industrial or other types of chains, jewelry or body chains are created for aesthetic reasons.

Precious metals, primarily gold and silver, are used to make jewelry chains. Platinum, palladium, and steel are all possibilities. These metals are used because they are non-reactive, retain their intricate shape and strength, and need only little maintenance to retain their luster. Findings are small lever structures that act as fasteners, allowing the chain to be undone and redone.

Brief History

Chains have been worn as a form of adornment since ancient times. Most historians claim that wearing chains is now a 7000-year-old tradition, as is wearing necklaces and rings. Although early jewelry items were made of grasses, slender tree limbs, and shells, gold and alloys like copper and silver were widely used even in the dawn of civilization. Ancient Egypt, Mesopotamia, and China were among the first wearers of gold and silver bracelets and chains.

Chains were worn mostly for ornamentation in ancient Egypt, with semiprecious stones adorning them; the deceased wearers were buried with their gold bracelets. Meanwhile, apart from carving jade jewelry items, the ancient Chinese carved nature, animals, and mythical creatures into gold bracelets as early as 2000 BC, although gold bangles were the most common bracelet type in India.

Silver Chain Styles

When it comes to fine or fashion jewelry, silver chains come in various designs and types to fit your taste. Some of the most common silver chain designs are as follows:

Curb. Curb chains have interlocking circular ties that are close together, giving it a masculine appearance. This chain style is available in various widths, with ties that are uniform in size.

Figaro. A figaro chain has many small round links interspersed with one long oval link. This design is commonly used for men’s jewelry, but if the ties are thinner, it can also be used for women’s jewelry.

Mariner. Like the curb chain, a mariner chain resembles the chains attached to a boat’s anchor, hence the term. Furthermore, this style is typical for ID bracelets, nautical jewelry, and unisex style jewelry because it has a traditional, slightly rounded edge or is a flat connection.

Rope. Rope chains are intertwined strands that mimic a natural rope and are available in both delicate and heavier versions. They are a common option for pendant necklaces and heavier versions where the chain itself is the main attraction. The amount of weave varies, which means that the thicker the braid, the more metal is used, and hence the price rises.

Snake. As the name suggests, a snake chain stems from its snake-like texture; this type is made up of rings that fit together tightly, giving it the appearance of a flexible tube. Furthermore, since this design is typically narrow and delicate, it is well-suited to pendants.

Box. A box chain or Briolette has squared off ties, giving it a boxy appearance. It’s also famous for women’s jewelry due to its thinner build, which is often paired with pendants.

Franco. The franco chain is becoming increasingly successful. It has a four-sided shape that resembles a snake and is made up of closely connected tubular structures. This style can be worn alone if the width is wide or matched with a pendant if thin.

Wheat Chains. Wheat chains are made up of long, thin teardrop-shaped ties that all point in the same direction. Since a tiny hinge joins each connection, this design is less fluid and liquid-like than others.

Value of Gold Bracelets

An X-ray Spectrometer is used to determine the purity of the silver content in a silver chain. Its value or price will be determined using the silver commodity market price or spot price after it has been analyzed. To learn more, please click on here.

Best Buyer of Silver Chain

Nevada Coin Mart takes pride in being the LARGEST silver chain buyer in Las Vegas, Henderson, and the surrounding region. If you want to sell your used silver chains for cash, we are the place to go for a quick and fair market evaluation and cash on the spot.

We use an x-ray spectrometer, a modern piece of gemology technology, to measure objects in a non-destructive manner. Scratch tests performed by other stores and pawnshops will permanently harm the condition and desirability of your silver chain and other valuables. If you have one at home, sell it right now to Nevada Coin Mart for fast cash. This money can be used to increase your investment portfolio or to add to your silver collection by purchasing another silver piece.

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. You have found the best store with the best customer service for a successful transaction of your silver chains!