Sell Bulgari Jewellery

Receive the Best Sell Offer for Your Bulgari Jewellery Today.

Bulgari or BVLGARI, the Italian jewellery house is known for their elegant and distinctive jewellery and watch designs. Sell your Bulgari jewellery such as the Trombino Ring, B.ZERO1 ring and Serpenti watches. You can get a valuation for your Bulgari jewellery from our experts today.

Why Sell Your Bulgari Jewellery to Us

Fast Receive money in as little as an hour, online or in-store.
Competitive Accurate valuations and competitive purchase offers.
Expert Trusted pawnbroker and jeweller for over 250 years.

How to Sell Your Bulgari Jewellery

1

Contact Us

Get in touch with us online,
in-store or by phone.

 

2

Accept Offer

Receive your purchase offer from our
specialists in as little as 1 hour.

3

Receive Money

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

How We Value Your Bulgari Jewellery

Our highly trained specialists consider many factors when valuing your Bulgari jewellery to ensure we provide you with the most accurate and up to date valuation. The most important factors are:

Piece

Bulgari produces many different pieces, from earrings to rings and necklaces to bracelets. We will base our purchase offer on the type of Bulgari piece that you have to be valued.

Condition and Provenance

Age is not always a critical factor when valuing Bulgari jewellery, however, the condition of the piece is more important. An excellent condition will secure the best valuation, as will the certificate of sale and original box.

Rarity

Bulgari has been responsible for some outstanding pieces over the years and one that can count on an interesting owner will make the valuation rocket. Elizabeth Taylor’s emerald and diamond Bulgari necklace, bought by Richard Burton in 1964, sold in 2011 for $6,130,500.

Brand Value

Bulgari has long been associated with high demand for its pieces and so the market value – and valuation – based on its name alone is always solid. If you are looking to sell your Bulgari jewellery, we will be happy to offer a valuation.

Frequently Asked Questions On Selling Bulgari Jewellery

Is Bulgari jewellery made of real gold?

Bulgari is particular in the precious metals that it uses in jewellery production. The brand uses only 18k gold, platinum, silver and steel in the production of their pieces. In addition, Bulgari also use precious stones, such as diamonds, in their pieces, but also pearls and turquoise.

What types of Bulgari jewellery do you buy?

Sell all types and models of Bulgari jewellery to us from Bulgari eternity bands to earrings, bracelets and necklaces.

Is it worth to buy Bulgari jewellery?

Buying Bulgari can be a worthwhile investment and a lot of vintage pieces will hold their value. It is important to consider when buying Bulgari that their most fashion-focused pieces can date as fashion changes.

How can you tell if a Bulgari necklace is real?

Genuine Bulgari jewellery has a Bulgari hallmark, with the brand’s name, metal type and ‘Made in Italy’ stamped on the piece. Bulgari used ‘v’ in place of the ‘u’, taking it from the Latin alphabet, and so the brand stamp will say ‘Bvlgari’.

Is Bulgari a good brand?

Bulgari is well worth buying, for both jewellery and watches. With fabulous Italian style credentials at work in their design, Bulgari is considered to be a reliable and respected brand that performs well in the market.

Are you looking to buy Bulgari jewellery?

Visit our online shop where we have a collection of pre-owned fine jewellery available at great prices.

What branded jewellery do you buy?

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

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