Sell Jewellery in London

Sell diamond jewellery in London to a trusted London buyer for instant cash

Seeking to sell diamond jewellery in London? Reputable and trusted jewellers and pawnbrokers since 1770, our jewellery experts are always looking for new diamond pieces and jewellery for sale from private individuals and offer cash for diamond jewellery and a quick turnaround.

Why Sell Your Diamond Jewellery to Us

Professional For those looking to sell diamond jewellery in London, our team are polite, friendly and courteous.
Competitive We work hard to make sure that you get the best valuation for your diamond jewellery when selling in London.
Expert Our skilled and knowledgeable jewellery team mean that we can assess your gemstones with pinpoint accuracy.
Fast Quick asset valuations with fast pay-out turnaround times mean your money can be in your account in under 24h.

How to sell Diamond Jewellery

1

Contact Us

Get in touch to secure your
diamond jewellery valuation.

2

Accept Offer

Receive your free diamond
jewellery valuation in as little
as 1 hour.

3

Receive Money

Accept our buy offer and receive
the money via same-day bank transfer.

Your Options

Visit us in-store

Bring your diamond jewellery – including necklaces, rings, pendants, cufflinks, bangles and chains – into one of our London stores today. To book an appointment, please call 0800 038 9839 and our team will be delighted to greet you on arrival.

Phone us

To sell your diamond jewellery in London, even if you live outside the capital, please call us on 0800 038 9839 where we can discuss your valuation by telephone in the first instance.

Online

If you’re considering selling your diamond jewellery in London, you can connect with our expert team online, by online form or through Suttons and Robertsons’ live chat.

How does selling diamond jewellery for cash work?

Auction based valuations

When we offer valuations for those selling diamond jewellery in London, we base our valuation on several different aspects; however our valuations will take into account recent auction prices rather than insurance valuations. At Suttons and Robertsons, we buy diamonds and diamond jewellery from people on a pre-owned second-hand basis and value it accordingly. Insurance valuations are usually made on a New Replacement Value (NRV), which considers the cost of replacing the item from new.

How we value your diamond jewellery

These valuations are based on; the brand of jewellery (if any); the material used in the production of the pieces, from diamonds and other gemstones to precious metals; the condition that the jewellery is in, from pristine to used, and the provenance of the piece/s.

Provenance, or where jewellery has come from, is an important aspect of the valuation process. A certificate of sale and any other paperwork that records information about your jewellery adds value to our estimate. If you are selling diamond jewellery without a certificate, we are still able to offer you a valuation for the cash offer that we would make on your jewellery.

Where is the best place to sell diamond jewellery in London?

As London’s oldest pawnbrokers and jewellers, Suttons and Robertsons understand the importance of working quickly to get your valuation to you. Without compromising on customer service and a highly professional approach, we know that time is often of the essence. We’re in a position to work faster than an auction house or conventional jewellery brand and we can move from the point of valuation to placing the money in your bank account in as little as 24h. We also are happy to complete our purchase of your diamond jewellery in cash. In addition to our expert knowledge of diamond jewellery and its worth, we deliver a discrete but welcoming service.

Sell All Types of Diamond Jewellery to Us

At Suttons and Robertsons, we welcome the opportunity to view and offer valuations on diamond jewellery of all types. These include:

  • Diamond rings, from Tiffany engagement rings and DeBeers solitaire diamond rings to Boodles Full Eternity Rings
  • Necklaces, including the Cartier tennis necklace, and diamond chains
  • Earrings, such as Van Cleef and Arpels
  • Pendants and lockets, like Elsa Peretti for Tiffany and Co
  • Bangles and bracelets, including the Cartier Panthere bracelet

We also welcome more unusual diamond jewellery, including cufflinks, charms and brooches, including pieces that use the Van Cleef and Arpels Mystery setting.

Sell Your Certified and Uncertified Diamond Jewellery in London

 

Sell your GIA certified diamonds

We will be delighted to offer you a valuation for you GIA certified diamonds. It is important to be able to show us your certification as this can positively impact the valuation that we can offer you. Please feel free to bring them with you when you visit us in-store or you may also wish to email us a copy of your GIA certification.

Sell your diamond jewellery without a certificate

You may be wondering ‘can you sell diamond jewellery without a certificate?’ The short answer is yes. Selling diamond jewellery without a certificate may impact the valuation that we can give you but it won’t affect the sale of the jewellery or the speed at which we can get the money to you.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

What type of diamond jewellery do you buy?

We buy all types of diamond jewellery including but not limited to:

  • Sell diamond ring
  • Sell diamond engagement ring
  • Sell diamond necklace
  • Sell diamond brooch
  • Sell diamond bracelet
  • Sell diamond earrings
  • Sell diamond pendant
Should I sell or loan against my jewellery?

Suttons and Robertsons buy jewellery and loan against jewellery. There are advantages and disadvantages of pawning and selling your jewellery so it depends on your situation and preference. Our customer service team can discuss this with you in more detail and provide you with both a loan offer and a purchase offer.

What branded jewellery do you buy?

We buy jewellery from many different brands including but not limited to:

Get In Touch Today

Call us now on 0800 038 9839 or contact us online.

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